I made some stir-fried mushrooms today.
My way of making it is as follows:
1. Put mushrooms in a frying pan, add some salt, put on a lid, cook over medium heat for 1-2 min.
2. Take off the lid, start stir-frying to evaporate water.
3. Turn off the heat, add some butter, and sprinkle some soy sauce.
Stir-fried eryngii and oyster mushroom:
No matter how you make it, mushrooms stir-fried with butter and soy sauce is one of those dishes that are so easy to make yet very, very tasty.
December 16, 2011
Mushrooms Stir-Fried with Butter and Soy Sauce/きのこのバターしょう油炒め
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That looks so delicious!
muskratbyte: Thanks! I visited your blog and was amused to see that the second post was about ramen noodles. I hope to see more of your adventures in cooking and more.
Those look so good! Eryngii mushrooms are fairly cheap at the store I buy most of my long-term ingredients from, and they've always got huge piles of nameko and enokitake on the same table. I think we'll have this as one of our okazu next week!
Ruminating Roy: As you may know, the butter and soy sauce are a powerful combination that goes with many other ingredients, such as pop corn!
I tossed some freshly popped butter-flavored pop corn with a tiny bit of soy sauce and gave it a dash of nanami togarashi last winter, it was pretty good! I may have to do that one again after New Year's is finished.
I invite You to visit my blog too:
anonymous: Thanks for the invitation. I visited your blog, and although I didn't understand a single word of Spanish, I enjoyed looking at the photos!
Hiro-san, that's funny, because I've only posted infrequently to my blog over the years. I've recently decided to update my blog regularly. I originally created it to document my craft projects, so I haven't decided whether to create a new blog for cooking mostly, or just keep updating my same blog.
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