Easy recipe for "Stir-fried chicken, mushrooms and shishito peppers with sweet and spicy sauce!"
|Material ( For 2 persons )|
|chicken leg meat||250g (8.82oz)|
|green pepper||Approx. 20 bottles|
|brown beech mushroom (Hypsizygus marmoreus)||1 bag|
|hen-of-the-woods (species of polypore mushroom, Grifola frondosa)||1 bag|
|soy sauce||1 tablespoon|
|sesame oil||1 teaspoon|
|white sesame seeds||2 teaspoons|
Here is a simple recipe for "Stir-fried Chicken Mushrooms with Shishito Peppers in Sweet and Spicy Sauce" using juicy chicken thighs. The sweet and spicy seasoning will keep your chopsticks going.
Stir-fried Chicken Mushrooms with Shishito Peppers in Sweet and Spicy Sauce
Ingredients250 g chicken thigh meat
About 20 Shishito peppers
1 bag shimeji mushrooms
1 bag maitake mushrooms
1 tablespoon soy sauce
2 teaspoons sugar
1 tablespoon mirin (sweet cooking sake)
1 teaspoon sesame oil
2 tsp white sesame seeds
Directions1. cut chicken into bite-size pieces. You can use pre-cut chicken from the supermarket. 2.
Wash shishito peppers and cut off the stems. Remove the stones from the maitake and bunashimeji mushrooms and break them into small pieces.
3. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan, arrange the chicken pieces on the pan, and cook over medium heat for 3 minutes.
Turn the chicken over, add shishito peppers, shimeji mushrooms, maitake mushrooms, and mirin, cover, and cook for 4 minutes.
Uncover, add soy sauce and sugar, season to taste, and turn off the heat. Finish by sprinkling white sesame seeds and mix lightly.
How does stir-fried chicken, mushrooms, and shishito peppers taste?An exquisite collaboration of juicy, rich chicken, refreshingly flavored shishito peppers, and tasty mushrooms. The sweet and spicy seasoning is intertwined to create a delicious taste that lingers in the mouth. The savory sesame flavor adds depth to the taste.
Please note that in rare cases, there may be extremely spicy Shishito peppers mixed in. You can enjoy it as an accent, but if you do not like spicy taste, it is better to eat Shishito little by little.