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Enoki Mushrooms

  • Enoki Mushrooms

    Enoki mushrooms (えのき茸) have a mild, delicate flavor and they are thin and long mushrooms. They can be eaten raw or cooked, but in most Japanese cuisine, they are stir-fried, simmered, or cooked in hot pot dishes.

    Enoki Mushrooms

    Recipes Using Enoki Mushrooms

    Warm Mushroom Salad with Sesame Dressing in a dark ceramic bowl.

    Warm Mushroom Salad with Sesame Dressing

    Tablesetup for shabu shabu - donabe hot pot, vegetables, meat, udon, and dipping sauces.

    Shabu Shabu

    Sukiyaki cooked in a cast iron pot.

    Sukiyaki

    A donabe containing vegetables and pork in a savory miso soy milk broth.

    Soy Milk Hot Pot

    A Japanese donabe containing kimchi stew filled with vegetables and kimchi.

    Kimchi Nabe

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