You can eat plenty of Maitake mushrooms! Here are three "maitake mushroom recipes" that the En-eating editorial department actually made and found to be delicious. "Atsuage, garlic and maitake mushrooms fried with garlic" and "Maitake fried chicken". * Click each recipe name link to jump to the detailed recipe page.
Deep-fried maitakeEasy to eat even for people who are not good at maitake! Here is a simple recipe for " fried maitake " that the En-eating editorial department actually made and was delicious.
The crispy fried maitake is crispy when you bite it, and the unique aroma is fluffy. For better or worse, the original flavor of Maitake is weakened, so even people who are not very good at Maitake can eat it deliciously. Not only as a snack for sake, but also for children who are not good at mushrooms!
Stir-fried Maitake mushrooms with garlicAn addictive dish where rice goes on! Introducing a simple recipe using Maitake mushrooms, " Atsuage, Garlic Chives and Fried Maitake mushrooms with garlic ". White rice goes on.
The scent of Maitake mushrooms, the flavor of garlic that appeals to the appetite, the flavor of soy sauce and the richness match and it is delicious! It is also recommended to use other mushrooms instead of Maitake mushrooms. White rice goes on.
Stir-fried Maitake mushrooms in Mayo soy sauceVery easy and crazy horse. Here is a recipe for " stir-fried Maitake mushrooms in mayo soy sauce, " which is also recommended when you want to add a little more. Maitake mushrooms and mayo go well together!
The flavor of Maitake mushrooms and the richness of mayo match more than expected! The unique flavor of Maitake mushrooms, the mellowness of mayonnaise, and the aroma of appetizing soy sauce are irresistible. Even if you make about 2 packs, it is so delicious that you can finish it by yourself. If you like, you can enjoy it by adding shichimi pepper or white sesame seeds. It may be good to serve a generous amount on rice and make it a "maitake bowl"!