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Braised Mushroom with Dashi

Braised Mushroom with Dashi
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I love mushrooms for as long as I can remember, even when I was a little kid. I love mushrooms of all sorts, shiitake, button, enoki, straw mushrooms—canned or fresh. One of the great things about the United States is that I can get fresh mushrooms easily. They are readily available at the market…

Whenever I get some fresh shiitake mushrooms at the market, I always make this Japanese-style braised mushrooms with dashi and mirin. The end result is a very simple side dish that is absolutely umamilicious. You will know what I mean if you attempt this braised mushroom recipe at home.

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  1. Maureen

    I’m a new reader of your site…love all your recipes. Never thought about braising mushrooms with dashi, I’m sure it’s delicious!

  2. Angie

    Hi Bee,

    Thanks for the recipe – I love all types of mushrooms too and always on the lookout for new and delicious ways to cook them. This sounds like a winner and will be on the menu soon!

  3. Hana

    This looks so yummy! I’ve never used braising as a cooking method before, but it seems simple enough.

    I just started browsing your site and am really enjoying what I see. I’m a pescetarian who loves Asian cuisine, and I’m always looking for new fish or vegetarian recipes. I love Japanese and Thai, and haven’t really tried any other Asian cuisine except Chinese. Could you suggest another Asian cuisine to try?

  4. Oh my! This looks wonderful, plus I just bought a big bag of dried shiitakes from the place I normally buy my tea leaves. They were out of the tea I normally buy, so I felt bad for leaving without buying something, and there they were in a big apothecary jar. Now I can try this recipe with them and get umami-riffic!

  5. Gina

    These are absolutely delicious! I couldn’t find sake, so I just substituted an extra tablespoon of mirin. I also sautéed them in a little bit of butter before adding the boiling mixture. Absolutely awesome!

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