Soy Sesame Shiitake

Soy Sesame Shiitake
 
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Ryan GoodwinPublished on 11/8/2017

Really simple and delicious. I was watching this episode of Chefs Table with the Korean monk. She made something like this. Looked good so I gave it a try.

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What you will need

6 medium shiitake mushrooms

2 tbsp sesame oil

1/4 cup soy sauce

How to cook

1

Heat sesame oil in a heavy skillet.

Heat sesame oil in a heavy skillet.

2

Gently remove stem and gills from shiitake.

Gently remove stem and gills from shiitake.

3

With a sharp knife, cut shallow notches into the mushroom caps to form a star pattern.

With a sharp knife, cut shallow notches into the mushroom caps to form a star pattern.

4

Place mushrooms, cap-down in hot oil. Not too high on the heat, just sizzling.

Place mushrooms, cap-down in hot oil. Not too high on the heat, just sizzling.

5

After a few minutes, flip the caps. Repeat until cooked through.

After a few minutes, flip the caps. Repeat until cooked through.

6

Add soy and reduce down to a thick glaze.

Add soy and reduce down to a thick glaze.

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