Stir-fried Shirataki and Enoki Mushrooms. Great recipe for Stir-fried Shirataki and Enoki Mushrooms. My mother taught me this recipe. With just a few cheap ingredients, you'll have a filling dish.
Add sesame oil to give it extra. My mother taught me this recipe. With just a few cheap ingredients, you'll have a filling dish. You can have Stir-fried Shirataki and Enoki Mushrooms using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Stir-fried Shirataki and Enoki Mushrooms
- Prepare 1 of packet Shirataki (konnyaku noodles).
- It’s 1 of packet Enoki mushrooms.
- It’s 1 tsp of ★Hon-dashi stock granules.
- You need 1 of ★ Umami seasoning.
- You need 2 tsp of ★Sugar.
- Prepare 2 of to 3 tablespoons ★Soy sauce.
- Prepare 1 tsp of Vegetable oil.
- It’s 1 of Salt (for rubbing).
Also good with carrots and other mushrooms of your choice! Try shichimi chili pepper if you like it spicy. Add sesame oil to give it extra fragrance. Also good in bentos! (*make sure it isn't dripping in sauce!) Remove any of the roots from the spring onion and cut the bottom ends from the enoki mushrooms.
Stir-fried Shirataki and Enoki Mushrooms instructions
- Take out the shirataki from the packet and cut into bite-sized pieces..
- Slice the stem of the enoki mushroom and cut in half..
- Drain the shirataki from Step 1. Rub with salt, then rinse with water. *Make sure to drain the water well..
- Cook the shirataki from Step 3 in a pot. *Do not add oil..
- When the water is reduced, add vegetable oil. Add the enoki mushrooms from Step 2 and stir fry..
- Add the ★ seasonings and continue to stir fry. Don't worry too much about the moisture that's left over..
- I tried adding the popular spicy sesame oil from Momoya after Step 6 and it tasted delicious. The crispiness of the garlic was gone, but it was still good..
Heat up the sesame oil in a pan and add the shirataki noodles. Then add the enoki mushrooms to the pan and allow them to cook for a few minutes. Heat peanut oil in a large wok over high heat. After buying every kind of fungi available to write my guide to Japanese mushrooms, my first creation was this easy keto mushroom pasta with shirataki noodles. It doesn't get much better than cream, butter, garlic and parsley, along with a pretty array of fungi.