Mushrooms recipe-Wafu Style Marinated Kinoko

 Kinoko better known as mushrooms contents lots of nutrition. They don’t have strong flavor themselves so they can be used for many kinds of dishes including salad, stir fry, stew and so on.. This time I would like to show you how to marinate those wonderful Kinoko in Wafu style. Once you have a big batch of it, it becomes very handy. It helps you prepare through the entire meal!

[ Ingredients ] *tsp=tea spoon tbs=table spoon
~ serves four ~
100g Shimeji mushrooms
100g White Shimeji mushrooms
100g Abalone mushrooms
150g Enoki mushrooms
5~6 White mushrooms
3~4 cloves Garlic
1 Chili pepper
2tsp Soy sauce
2tsp Mirin
1+1/2tbs Lemon juice
1tbs E.V. olive oil

(•̀ㅂ•́)وto see Japanese seasonings explanations please click here!

 

[ Directions ]

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1. Most of the mushrooms shouldn’t be soaked in water and wash. All you have to do is wipe well with cloth or paper towel.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وMany of the mushrooms have spongy structure. It absorb lots of water when soaked in water. This may result very soggy texture instead of turning golden brown while cooking…
If you are still comfortable washing them, make sure to dry well before cooking.

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2. Cut into small pieces.

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3. Brush the pleats part where some dirt might get caught.

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4. Slice in about 0.5cm thick.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وYou want to have crunchy texture. Don’t slice too thin.

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5. Trim off the roots of shimeji mushrooms.

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6. Take each stem apart by hands.

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7. Cutting off the Enoki roots with package on can avoid messing up your working place!

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8. After discarding the roots, cut crosswise into 3~4cm length.

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9. Slice garlic.

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10. Chop chili peppers.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وYou can adjust the amount of garlic and chili depending on your preference.

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11. Add garlic, chili pepper and olive oil into a fry pan and turn on medium low heat.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وSliced garlic burns very easily, make sure to add garlic and oil first and then start heating. This way the oil temperature will rise gradually and turn your garlic into crispy golden !

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12. Fry until start bubbling and coming out fragrance.

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13. Add all the mushrooms into the pan, mix with garlic and oil.

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14. It is very much in high volume at beginning, but it will shrink in about half the size as being cooked.

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15. Don’t bother stirring. Let them sit on the pan over medium heat so it will turn golden brown.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وKeep stir frying on low heat can come out lots of juice and cause bitterness.

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16. Keep heating until they get golden brown as picture shown, and then flip the mushrooms, keep on cooking the other side.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وIf you still see some juice coming out, that’s OK. Keep heating, it will evaporate the moisture and turn golden.

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17. Transfer into a heat tempered bowl.

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18. Add salt, soy sauce, mirin and black pepper.

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19. Add squeezed lemon juice.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وYou can adjust those seasonings depending on your preference.

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20. Lastly, add E.V. olive oil.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وOil can coat material’s surface. It will bounce away any of the seasonings. Make sure to add all the seasonings before oil.

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21. Mix well.. Now you have Wafu Style Marinated Kinoko!!

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22. After cooling off, transfer into clean container. It can be stored in the fridge for 7~10days.
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وThis Kinoko comes very handy while preparing your breakfast or lunch or dinner!

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23. Let’s see how conveniently it can be used!!
You can of course directly have it as it is..or salad toppings…

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24. It goes well as omelet garnish.

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25. Tossing with pasta is the quickest yet the most satisfying way to enjoy!
『MASA’s Cooking Tips』
(•̀ㅂ•́)وWhen mixing carbs, make sure to readjust the flavor.

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