Why don’t you try this teriyaki oyster mushrooms recipe for your next meal?
As the saying goes, “You are what you eat.” What you eat today, could eventually affect your life in the long run.
Therefore, you need to make sure that what you feed your body is healthy and nutritious.
Why Teriyaki Oyster Mushrooms Are Good For You
A lot of people enjoy eating mushrooms, not only because they are tasty but also for the health benefits that mushrooms can provide.
There are many varieties of oyster mushrooms. One of the biggest is the king oyster mushroom, found in the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia.
Oyster mushrooms are low in calories, fat-free, cholesterol-free, and gluten-free, which is good for those who want to lose weight.
Oyster mushroom is also low in sodium. A low sodium diet helps reduce the risk of a heart attack and diabetes.
It can also protect your vision and improve your memory. In addition, oyster mushroom contain vitamin D and magnesium, which are good for building strong bones.
Put Sesame Seeds In Your Teriyaki
Although small, there are so many wonderful things that sesame seeds can do. Since each seed is rich in omega fatty acids, they help promote hair growth and also repair hair damage.
Other than that, sesame seeds boost skin health, dental health, and even digestion.
Sesame seeds are filled with antioxidants that can reverse the signs of aging and give you a youthful glow. The oil present in sesame seeds can also enhance your skin.
Not just that, the oil found in the seed can lubricate your intestines, while the fiber in the seed supports smooth bowel movements.
This recipe will not just satisfy your taste buds but can also be a new addition to your nutritious meal choices.
Teriyaki Oyster Mushrooms
4 large king oyster mushrooms
3 tbsp soy sauce
3 tbsp Japanese sake
3 tsp sugar
3 tbsp peanut oil
3 tbsp green onion (chopped)
2 tsp sesame seeds (roasted)
2 cups (256 g) cooked white rice
- Slice the mushrooms into thin strips. Transfer to a mixing bowl. Set aside.
- Pour in the Japanese sake, soy sacue and sugar into a bowl. Mix well.
- Pour the sauce over the mushroom strips. Stir until the mushrooms are well coated.
- Cover the bowl. Set aside for 20 minutes.
- Place a skillet (frying pan) over medium heat. Add one tablespoon of peanut oil. Wait until the oil is warm, then add 2 tablespoons of green onion and cook until tender.
- Cook the mushrooms in batches to avoid the frying pan cooling too much. Place the mushrooms into the pan and cook both sides until golden brown. Transfer to a plate and set aside.
- Using the same skillet (frying pan), add in the remaining peanut oil and green onion. Cook with the remaining batch of mushrooms.
- Once cooked, add in the previous batch of mushrooms into the pan. Pour the marinade over the mushrooms.
- Keep cooking until mushrooms absorb the marinade.
- Transfer into a bowl. Garnish with roasted sesame seeds.
- Best served with steamed rice.