Know any MUSHROOM recipe dishes?

Philippines
April 26, 2007 12:05am CST
I love mushrooms. Buttons, shitake, wild mushroom, native mushroom, tukutukuhousi mushroom, houki take mushroom, hitoyo take, fairy ring mush room and lots of mushrooms. Can you share me some of your delicious and simple recipes of maush rooms. Thanks.:)
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@brothertuck (1257)
• United States
26 Apr 07
This is one my dad use to like that I made for him. Very simple and not really a recipe. It's a stuffed mushroom. I would take a package of large mushrooms, cut of the stems and chop them up coursely. Any mushrooms that are too small I would just chop up like the stems of the larger ones. Then depending on the size of the mushrooms I would chop some carrots, onlions and sweet red pepper. Saute' the for a bit until just soft but not mushy. Mix them with cheeze whiz or another cheese spread you like. Turn on the broiler of the oven or even a toaster oven. Place the mushroom caps onto an baking sheet, and fill with the cheese and veggie mix. Place under the broiler and cook for a few minutes until the cheese darkens and melts down through the veggies, and cooks the mushrooms. I use to make these every year at his birthday and everyone enjoyed them. One thing alot of people said was to add garlic, my dad wasn't big on garlic so I didn't for him but it is a good addition, when sauteing the veggies.
16 May 07
I love mushrooms too. My favourite recipes with them are: http://www.recipesforvegans.co.uk/garlicmushroomnoodles.html http://www.recipesforvegans.co.uk/mushroomrissotto.html http://www.recipesforvegans.co.uk/vegetablesinblackbeansauce.html http://www.recipesforvegans.co.uk/mushroom%20filo%20bites.html
@amjada (379)
26 Apr 07
I love it too. But with red chillys. And some rose in it.
@aweins (4203)
• India
26 Apr 07
i too love mushrooms and here is one easy recipe for you. 2 tbsp soy sauce 1 tbsp oyester sauce 1 tbsp honey 1 tbsp sesame seeds 2 tbsp peanut oil 400 gms. button mushrooms , trimmed 200 gms. Swiss brown mushroom , trimmed 6 green onion, thinly sliced 1 small red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped Combine the soy sauce , oyster sauce and honey in a small jug. set aside. Heat a wok over high heat aDD the sesame seeds over and cook stirring constantly for 2-3 min. continuously or until golden brown. remove to a plate and set aside. Add the oil to the wok and heat over high heat until hot Add the mushrooms and stir fry for 1 min. or until well coated with oil. Add the soy sauce mixture and stir frry for 2 min. or until mushrooms are just tender. add the green onion, chili and sesame seeds and stir fry for a min. serve immediately.
@wdiong (1818)
• Singapore
26 Apr 07
Mushroom vegetable stir-try Ingredients: -oyster mushrooms,wiped with wet kitchen towels -shitake mushrooms, wiped with wet kitchen towels -woodear, chopped into bite-size -green/red peppers -napa cabbage, washed and julienne -baby boy choy, washed and cut -minced garlic -oyster sauce, to taste -water Method: -heat some canola oil in frying pan -add the minced garlic to flavor the oil and subsequently the stir-fry -add all the "fungi-related" ingredients i.e oyster mushrooms, shitake mushrooms,woodear, work them in the pan for 1-2 min -then add the peppers, baby bok choy, and cabbage, and sitr fry for 1-2 min -add some water and oyster sauce, stir fry all the ingredients together and let it simmer in covered pan for 3-5 mins Ready to serve: I have used celery and broccoli (substituting baby bok choy and napa cabbage) and enoki (substituting shitake) before for this dish. It works as well! To spice things up, you can add thinly sliced red chilli (seeded) in the stir-fry. All the flavors blend well together.
@wdiong (1818)
• Singapore
26 Apr 07
Mushroom vegetable stir-try Ingredients: -oyster mushrooms,wiped with wet kitchen towels -shitake mushrooms, wiped with wet kitchen towels -woodear, chopped into bite-size (remainder from what was used for the pork balls) -green/red peppers (remainder from what was used for the Thai curry ) -napa cabbage, washed and julienne (remainder from what was used for the cabbage pork ball soup) -baby boy choy, washed and cut -minced garlic -oyster sauce, to taste -water Method: -heat some canola oil in frying pan -add the minced garlic to flavor the oil and subsequently the stir-fry -add all the "fungi-related" ingredients i.e oyster mushrooms, shitake mushrooms,woodear, work them in the pan for 1-2 min -then add the peppers, baby bok choy, and cabbage, and sitr fry for 1-2 min -add some water and oyster sauce, stir fry all the ingredients together and let it simmer in covered pan for 3-5 mins Ready to serve: I have used celery and broccoli (substituting baby bok choy and napa cabbage) and enoki (substituting shitake) before for this dish. It works as well ! To spice things up, you can add thinly sliced red chilli (seeded) in the stir-fry. All the flavors blend well together.