Monday, October 7, 2013

Japanese Salt Grilled Eryngii Mushrooms (Kinoko no shioyaki) 日式盐烧杏鲍菇


Just back from Japan trip (Tokyo & Hokkaido), and we had a wonderful trip with good foods and enjoyed the fall foliage at Sounkyo Gorge. While I still sorting out the thousand of photos taken, today I cooked this mushroom as one of the dish widely served during autumn in Japan, I refer to the information provided here.



 
Today I bought a pack of 3 Eryngii mushrooms only cost me RM 2.50 (USD 0.80)
Stir- fried Eryngii mushroom

 
This dish is quick, cooking time only 5mins..and it tasted so yummy, the texture like eating abalone !
 



Japanese Salt Grilled Eryngii Mushrooms Kinoko no shioyaki 日式盐烧杏鲍菇
(recipe source: reference to here, by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

3pcs of Eryngii  Mushrooms, slice each piece into 3 thick slices
3 small cubes of butter (salted)
Sea salt
Crushed black pepper
1/2tbsp sake or mirin, optional
Method

  1. Heat a non-stick pan over high medium heat. Add the butter and place the mushrooms, cut side down, in the pan, for 1-2 minutes for both sides.
  2. This will sear the bottom of the mushrooms to a nice golden brown, partially caramelizing them.
  3. Sprinkle with salt and crushed black pepper to taste and covering the pan for a 1-2 minutes. This will steam and cook the mushroom further.
  4. Sprinkle wit sake or mirin (optional), dish out and serve with rice.

I am submitting this post to Asian Food Fest #1 Oct 2013 : Japan , hosted by Alan from travelling-foodies

35 comments:

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

终于回来了!!!!
怎样?那里很美丽对吧?哈哈

Aunty Young(安迪漾) said...

我闻到日式料理。。。。。。!
哈。。。。。香!香!香!,我把它Bookmark 了,谢谢分享,我会守着你哦!师父:)

Ivy Sew said...

This is so simple and must be yummy too. Thanks for sharing, Sonia :)

Cecilia Yap said...

Welcome back..
This dish is simple and easy to prepare and taste yummy too. Have bookmarked this..

Mel said...

I just had this mushroom the other day. Oh, your version dish is so simple. Mmm....got to try this soon. Im sure I be able to view all your hols photos soon.

Min said...

Wah, you went Japan! I will be going this November, Kyoto and Osaka, can't wait for my trip already!

Cass @ 揾到食 said...

Welcome back :)

Victoria Bakes said...

Nice dish to start off your posting.... Looking forward to your Japan pics!

Ann Low said...

Very authentic Japanese dish - like! like!

Angelic Heart~ said...

welcome back!
love this dish, simple yet delicious~

娇娇 said...

好特别哦~

Li Shuan said...

Can't wait to see ur beautiful photos....like this simple and nice dish!
Like

Vivian Pang said...

Love this simple dish. Simply delicious!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Welcome back!!!

Little blue said...

very special and nice...

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Good simple dish with great taste! Sonia, you know I always see this mushrooms in the asian grocery shop but beside "qing cai" stir-fry with other vegetables, I don't know what else to do. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Will definitely try this next time. Like how you presented these mushroom on a japanese bowl & with some special "collection" all the way from Hokkaido, hehe. If I'm going to cook this dish, I'm copying to use my maple leaves too, hahaha! I'm keeping them in a thick cookbook.

Elaine said...

Hi, Welcome home.
Looking forward to read about your trip and see your photos.

Lite Home Bake said...

I love cooking these mushrooms, they taste like the wild mushrooms which we call 'kuey bak kor' in hokkien during my childhood days, love cooking them in wine. Thank you sharing another way of cooking :)

Small Kucing said...

yes! very delicious if have it done this way :)

Esther Lau said...

Hello Sonia, Welcome back :)
It must be a fruitful trip for your and family :)
Also like this simple Eryngii mushrooms recipe and very good deal as well :)

Phong Hong said...

I always see this mushroom at Aeon but never try yet :)

joceline lyn said...

Sonia, Welcome back. 哇!看你那么说,一定好好玩了。而且还出了第一道的日风菜式。好怀念那里对吗?哈哈哈 。。。。。。

CQUEK said...

OMGoodness this looks sooooooo yummy and I have just the person in mind who would sooooo love this <3 Thank you for the great ideas and inpirations ;)

applefish said...

even boil Eryngii mushrooms with water n added in some salt, it tastes good as well...love it XD

Mich PieceofCake said...

Hi Sonia, this is also called King Oyster mushrooms is it? I love the way its done. I think this mushroom has a meaty type texture and is perfect for grills.

Choi Yen said...

咸咸香香的,应该可以骗小孩吃 :P

DG said...

Simple but delicious .... Love it :)

Baby Sumo said...

Hi Sonia, they serve this in a Jap restaurant in KL too. small plate RM10 haha I better make my own :)

Jozelyn Ng said...

I love mushroom! This must be so tasty!

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Anonymous said...

Harlow, may I know how you got around Hokkaido. Any contacts of a tour company which helped you to organize yr trip.

Appreciate your help ;)

Sammie tang

mui mui said...


This is a simple yet delicious food!!
Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.

Casey said...

谢谢分享这道简单美味的日本料理!

Anne Regalado said...

That's why I love mushroom ! Even stir frying it a bit of salt , it tastes quiet good :D I love how you've cooked this kind of mushroom , will try it sometime .

Alice said...

I love mushroom but I never try this kind
must try! :)

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