Like these King oyster mushrooms I found at an Asian Market down the street from my husband's jet ski shop. Where they have quite a large area for produce and fresh fish. It is so much fun going in there. They even have many already prepared foods, and smoothies and bubble tea.
Back to the King oyster mushroom, also known as king trumpet mushroom, French horn mushroom. I saw a similar abalone mushroom on My Little Space, it is an oyster mushroom variety, that tastes a little stronger...I think...so they say...I hope to try that one too.
I thought I would making it a couple different ways, oven roasted (of course) and the other is sauteed and I will post that one next.
It is a little different than the mushrooms I am used to. The cap is small and the stem is thick and the bulk of the meat, and cooks up tender. To prepare after a quick wash, remove the crusty part on the bottom...you want it nice and smooth. Slice and place on a cooking sheet sprinkle with some seasoning, garlic, olive oil and sea salt
This was another good way to use my Parmesan & garlic olive oil! Roast in a medium oven 375 degrees, for 15-20 minutes until tender. I also threw some asparagus in the oven too.
Topped with some Parmesan cheese and it makes for a nice side dish...or lunch!
It has a good texture and was very mild flavor to me. My daughter actually tried it...she said it was good, but then she didn't want any more. I was happy she even tried it. I think this will go good in most any dish. It was my lunch!
A sandwich for my husband made with roasted king oyster mushrooms, some sweet Florida onion, horseradish cheddar, cheddar cheese, arugula, radicchio with a pesto mayo to finish it off. Wonder what I'll come up with next?
This looks so good! Gotta find me some Parmesan and Olive Oil.ReplyDelete
We have several olive oil companies around here. This one is from Florida Olive Oil company on St Armand Circle, but I hear the have many about the contry...not sure if they are expanding outside the US.Delete
I used to see Oyster mushrooms for sale in the UK, as yet I have not noticed them here in rural France :( Keep well DianeReplyDelete
I wonder if they have been here under my nose and I just now started noticing them :)Delete
we like this mushroom too, usually i stir fry with light soy sauce and oyster sauce..Your version sound easy and yummy!ReplyDelete
So does your way Sonia!Delete
Never thought of grilling mushrooms, nice idea, less oily and seemed to be delicious as you described! I wouldn't mind a sandwich with it too:DReplyDelete
Nice and meaty without eating meat!Delete
Lyndsey, I love how you used the oyster mushrooms in the sandwich and roasted it. They are definitely very healthy.ReplyDelete
Sometime I just add the oyster mushrooms in the stew.
Thanks Ann, I think these are very versatile...and make a yummy sandwich!Delete
I'm usually not a HUGE fan of mushrooms but oyster mushrooms are an exception. I don't think I've ever had the king oyster variety so I'll need to keep an eye out!ReplyDelete
When I was a kid I never liked mushrooms...not until my mom used some fresh then marinated mushrooms for her sukiaki she would make us often (a favorite meal).Delete
I've seen this one before but never tried it. That olive oil sounds like something I should seek out.ReplyDelete
The olive oil was a gift from a parent of a student that I took care of at school. It is fun to go there and try all the different kinds of olive oils and balsamic vinegars.Delete
i've just seen your chinese stir fried mushrooms and i also like the mushrooms in the burger..this is inspiring!ReplyDelete