Butter Hon Shimeji Mushrooms
Hon shimeji mushrooms (aka beech mushrooms) are cheap now so I have cooking frequently with them. I have been buying two punnets for $1.50 at Prime supermarket for the past two weeks, which is a steal to me. This butter hon shimeji mushroom is adapted from my butter shiitake mushrooms recipe. These mushrooms are really flavourful with lots of butter and this dish is so quick to make.
As a low-carb meal, I eat it on its own, along with some fluffy scrambled eggs topped with the butter shimeji mushrooms as toppings. I also served it as a side dish with rice for a Chinese home-cooked dinner. It being a versatile dish, either way of serving is really nice!
If you follow the recipe to a T, you may find that there seem to be a lot of butter and olive oil used. That’s not a typo in the recipe regarding the amount of ingredients. Whenever I use lesser amount of butter + oil in the past, the cooked mushrooms turned out too dry & not flavourful. In this dish, the mushrooms will absorb most of the butter (btw, don’t use margarine!) and olive oil, which I personally regard as healthy fats.