Once a week I go to my dad's house for dinner and we watch murder-mystery tv shows together (any other Murdoch fans out there? No? Just me, and the over-60 population? WHATEVER). Usually we order in or he makes pasta, but last week I was talking up my sandwiches so he said he had to try it. As my dad can attest, these sandwiches are so filling and delicious that even a non-vegan can get behind them.
This is my go-to meal when I can't be bothered to do any real cooking. The real winner here is the baked portobello-mushroom. I rinse it, then bake it on a glass dish for 10 minutes on each side at 350 - THAT'S IT, no oil needed. I also make my own really basic hummus (blend chickpeas in a food processor with a splash of water, lemon juice, salt & pepper), and top the sandwich with cucumber, tomato, arugula, and mashed avocado.
And that's it! So simple that I debated if it should be a blog-post or not... but it's too good not to share!