If you’re looking for something healthy to eat which is easy and quick to cook, you’re at the right place. This spicy mushroom recipe is both yummy and nutritious. Moreover, you can store it for later and heat it up whenever you want. You can easily follow this recipe by Chef Priyank Singh Chouhan, Director–Culinary & Operations, JSM Corporation, with his expert tips at the end.
Cooking time: 20 minutes
Prep time: 20 minutes
- 75 grams of shiitake mushrooms
- 75 grams of shimeji mushrooms
- 75 grams of button mushrooms
- 75 grams of portobello mushrooms
- 20 ml of white wine or Chinese cooking wine
- 10 grams of chopped garlic
- 50 grams of sliced onion
- 30 grams of chopped spring onion greens
- 15 grams of sliced red chillies
- 15 ml of dark soy sauce
- 20 grams of chilli bean sauce
- 20 grams of sambal oelek
- Salt as per taste
- 15 ml of oil
Step 1: Wash all the mushrooms thoroughly and dry them completely. Cut them into thick pieces.
Step 2: On a medium flame, heat a pan or wok and add oil in it. Once it starts to smoke, add in the pieces of mushrooms and mix them well in the oil so that it coats all the mushrooms entirely. Put the flame to high and toss the mushrooms till they are crisply cooked. Make sure to not burn the mushrooms.
Step 3: Add in the sliced onions, sliced red chillies and chopped garlic, and toss them in. After this, reduce the heat.
Step 4: Pour in the Chinese cooking wine or white wine to deglaze the mushrooms.
Step 5: Add sambal oelek, dark soy sauce and chilli bean sauce in the pan and stir-fry it on high heat. Season it with salt and scallions as per taste.
Step 6: Your dish is ready to serve!
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- You can use any type of mushroom you have access to, but try to keep a variety of mushrooms to enhance the taste.
- This dish will taste better if you use nutty oil such as sesame seed oil or peanut oil to cook.