The goodness of Adzuki Beans teams perfectly with the comfort of Mashed Potatoes and creaminess of Mushroom Sauce
This is a wonderful, yet simple, Adzuki Bean dish flavoured with kombu and Shiitake Mushrooms and textured with red or brown rice. My preferred way of serving this dish is with mushroom sauce and some perfect mashed potatoes.
Somewhere between a kitchari and a congee, the rice and adzuki beans are slow cooked for nearly 2 hours. This is a perfect quiet Sunday Afternoon sort of dish. Slow cooking also helps to preserve the taste and health properties of the kombu which should always be simmered and not boiled.
Are you looking for recipes with Adzuki Beans? Then try Red Rice and Adzuki Bean Congee, Adzuki Bean, Barley and Pumpkin Soup with Miso and Parsley, and Adzuki Bean Sundal.
Try other Rice recipes as well – Bean Sprouts Rice, Eggplant Rice, or a Parsi Kitchari.
Thee is more! Explore all of our Adzuki dishes, and all Rice dishes here. Or take some time and browse our easy Late Winter recipes.
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Shiitake Mushrooms in a creamy sauce
Who does not like a mushroom sauce? Over toast, with mashed potato, poured over steamed vegetables, it is a winner in any language.
This sauce is made with shiitake mushrooms cooked in a creamy sauce with tamari. The sauce is thickened with kudzu, a Japanese starch used to thicken sauces. It is available in supermarkets, Asian grocers and health shops. It makes the most beautiful, smooth and glossy sauce. But if you can’t find kudzu, use cornflour.
Looking for mushroom recipes? Try Mushroom and Carrot Salad with Mung Sprouts and Ginger Vinaigrette, a Mushroom Curry, and Mushrooms for Toast.
You will find other Mushroom recipes here and here. Or explore our easy Winter dishes here and here.
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Summer is a delightful season for salads, and we should not resist playing with herbs and vegetables and fruits to create exciting combinations and exquisite dressings. This recipe is a salad that brings contrasting textures and a super vinaigrette. It is a Mushroom-Carrot Salad that exhibits gingery overtones via the perfect dressing
Similar recipes for Mushrooms that you might like – try Mushrooms a la Grecque, Caramelised Oyster Mushrooms, and Stuffed Mushrooms on the BBQ/Grill. You can check out our Mushroom Salads here.
If you are looking for Carrot Recipes, try Mung Bean and Carrot Salad, Moroccan Salad, and Carrot Thoran. You can check out all of our Carrot Salads here.
Browse all of our Carrot recipes here and here, all of our Mushroom recipes here and here, and our Salad recipes here and here. We have a collection of Bittman Salads here. Or be inspired by our Mid Summer recipes here.
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Madhur Jaffrey’s recipes, although not always traditional, are always tasty, easy and no-fail. This is another one – I found it in my pile of saved recipes, scribbled out. Any mushrooms are good with this yoghurt -tomato gravy/sauce, just cut them large enough so they don’t get lost in the sauce.
You might like to Stuffed Mushrooms on the BBQ, Mushrooms on Toast, or Mushrooms a la Grecque.
Would you like other yoghurt curries? Try a Kerala Sweet and Sour Mango Curry, Moar (Yoghurt) Kuzhambu with Lentil Dumplings, and coconuty Avial.
You can find all of our Indian dishes here, and all of our Mushroom recipes here. We have a number of Yoghurt dishes. Or take some time to explore our Mid Summer dishes.
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Cooking Mushrooms on a Sunny Autumn Day
On a sunny and beautiful day in Autumn or Spring it is tempting to fire up the BBQ on the balcony, and get the field mushrooms out of the fridge.
Mushrooms cook well on Aussie BBQs (I guess these are called grills in the US). Drizzled with oil, cooked over a medium heat until softening, topped with some fresh and beautiful ingredients, and served when bubbling and sizzling. Truly a taste worthy of an outdoor meal.
Feel free to browse our Mushroom recipes here and here. Or you might like to browse BBQ recipes here and here. Check out our easy Autumn recipes here and here.
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Versatile Greek style mushrooms
A quick lunch that does not miss out on flavour. A gorgeous brunch for a Spring day. Or part of a tapas style meal. Or a snack under the grape vines. This recipe even works well with mushrooms that are, well, a little tired and still sitting in the bottom fridge drawer.
Read more about a la Grecque cooking. Feel free to browse our “a la Greque” recipes here and here. Or you might like to browse Mushroom recipes here and here. Check out our easy Spring recipes here and here.
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Nostalgic mushrooms on toast
Such a classic dish, Mushrooms on Toast. Breakfast, lunch, snacks or a quick dinner, the humble mushroom steps in.
Are you looking for mushrooms? You might find some more mushroom dishes here and here. Or browse our snacks here and here. Be inspired by our Spring recipes here and here.
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A wonderfully surprising dish.
How do you use King Oyster Mushrooms? Slice these giant beauties and marinate them before cooking in a heavenly caramelisation of the marinade.
You might also like to try Pasta with Porcinin Mushroom Sauce, or Vic’s Mushrooms. All our mushroom recipes are here and here, and our Salads here and here. Be inspired by our Summer dishes here and here. Continue reading “Caramelised, Marinated King Oyster Mushrooms | With an Asian Twist”