Portobella Mushroom and Poblano Fajitas are an easy weeknight meal. The vegetables are marinated in a citrus marinate and served with a simple homemade guacamole.
When I think of fajitas, this first thing that comes to my mind are those sizzling vegetable fajita platters served at my local Mexican restaurant growing up. I remember when I first became vegetarian over 10 years ago, fajitas were one of the only options for me at my local Mexican, more like tex-mex, restaurant. I recently remembered those sizzling fajita platters and realized that it had been a really long time since I had some fajitas.
These Portobella Mushroom and Poblano Fajitas are a quick and easy meal that’s perfect for busy weeknights. Sliced baby portobella mushrooms, white onion and poblano peppers marinate in an olive oil and citrus marinade. As the veggies marinate, they are infused with the bright citrus juice. I like to marinate the vegetables for at least 1 hour. After the vegetables have been infused with the marinade, they only take about 10-15 minutes to cook.