Saturday, October 19, 2013

AFF Japan - Japanese Salt Grilled Eryngii Mushroom (Kinoko no shioyaki)

Do you love mushroom? I do. Very much. All kinds of mushrooms
If you are like me, you will enjoy eating this dish




Recipe is from Sonia from Nasi Lemak Lover
Thank you for sharing. I always see this mushroom in the supermarket but never try it
No clue that it's a popular dish in Japan during autumn

Also well known as king oyster mushroom, I bought two packs, each pack of 2 (200g) is $1.85
It's really yummy and oh so simple to make
Indeed the texture is like eating abalone :)

What you need:

2 pcs of eryngii mushrooms, slice each piece into 3 thick slices
2 small cubes of salted butter
sea salt
crushed black pepper
1/2 tbsp sake

Method:
  1. Heat pan over medium high heat. Place butter and let it melt. Arrange sliced mushrooms - cut side down, and let cook for 2 mins for each side. This is to get a nice golden brown color on the mushrooms
  2. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cover pan and let cook further for another 2 mins
  3. Sprinkle with sake, leave it for 30 seconds
  4. Dish out and serve

I cooked this dish twice, once for dinner and another time for breakfast - yes, breakfast :)
And I still crave for more. Yum! :)




This post is for Asian Food Fest October 2013: Japan hosted by Alan from Travelling Foodies

11 comments:

  1. Hehe looks like this a popular dish amongst us bloggers too! Simple to cook and so delicious :)

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  2. I like mushrooms too but haven't tried cooking them this way. Yours look delicious!

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  3. Hi Alice!

    Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I too love mushrooms and yours look so yummy! Thanks again, Louise

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  4. that sounds easy enough! and delicious no doubt!

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  5. I also never knew it's a popular dish, and it looks so easy to make!

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  6. HI Alice, this has become my fav dish now after learning from Sonia. So far had cooked twice & this morning was looking for it but not in stock. Here, we get it for over $3, a pack of 3.

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  7. Hi Alice! Me too, I love mushrooms and I cook this the same way too! With simple seasonings, we can maximize the flavor of the mushrooms. So delicious!

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  8. Looks so simple but so delectable. Sometimes only through simplicity we can taste the ingredients. :)

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  9. Thanks for your shout out. We love this too..

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  10. I used to use this in stir-fry dishes. This simple cooking with this mushrooms must be delicious too.

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