Bacon Wrapped Enoki
Bacon Wrapped Enoki Recipe
You may also use a combination of enoki with other vegetables like asparagus (prep before use) or scallion stalk.
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- 200 grams streaky bacon
- 100 grams enoki mushrooms ends trimmed & discarded
- olive oil optional
You also need:
- toothpicks (optional)
- baking paper or aluminum foil
- Wrap each bacon slice with a small handful of enoki mushrooms and roll it up into a tight cylinder. Secure with toothpick (optional).
- Brush enoki with some olive oil (prevent burning). Alternatively, you may use the oil rendered by the bacon halfway through baking.
- Arrange bacon wraps on a tray lined with baking paper or foil. Bake at preheated oven of 200°C (392°F) for 20 minutes or until bacon is cooked, turning once halfway. Remove toothpicks (if using) before serving.
Noob Cook Tip
Instead of baking, you can cook the bacon wraps on the stove top. You do not need to brush the vegetables with olive oil for the stove top method. Be sure to turn the bacon wraps around often with kitchen tongs, and cook until the bacon is crisp.
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can this be done in air fryer? if yes, what will be the temp and duration?
Hi joan, I’ve yet to cook this in the air fryer. but it is definitely 100% workable in the AF. You can try 180 degree Celsius, about 8-10 minutes. If you do try it out in the AF, let me know how it goes, and your settings :)
Great! Oven-roasting sounds right in my alley. I usually associate this appetizer/side with pan-frying, that is why I nvr really want to make it.
Enoki are quite expensive over here…miss them. These look so very delicious!
I tried this last night and it is truly a very simple dish. My dad loves it very much. I really like the crunchiness of the enoki mushroom, it pairs off really well with the lightly salted bacon. 2 thumbs up for sharing this recipe!
Tried it last Sunday, three packs of enoki and the whole pack of bacon were not enough. So good and best of all, sooooo easy!!! Thank you!
I’m moving back to the US after 2 years in China! Your blog has lots of recognizable dishes from China— unlike most “Chinese” recipes available in English. Thanks for the resources, I’ll be using this when I miss Chinese food (which will be always~~~).