Coming to today's post, its recipe time people! I love spicy food. This green mushroom recipe is the spiciest i have had & i make this often. Its actually one of the few recipes Tee taught me. Its made in his family with chicken and is one of his favorites. I switch chicken for mushrooms, as i love the veggie option more. I like to make recipes which has simple or few ingredients, and thats the best part about this one, it has just 4!
Green Mushroom (Serves 2-3)
Mushrooms - 2 lbs (I used Baby Bella Mushrooms)
Jalapeños - 4 (The ones i used were very hot so limited it to 4. You could use more or less based on the ones u have)
Soy Sauce - 1/3 cup
Cooking Oil - 3 tablespoon
Cut the jalapeños into thin slices and chop the mushrooms to your desired size, i like them smaller.
Pour oil in a frying pan on medium high, and once its hot add the jalapeño slices. Use mitts for protection, as the oil might splatter. Keep flipping the slices so that they get evenly coated with oil. Sauté until they are done or turn golden brown around the edges (takes about 8-10 mins).
Now add the chopped mushrooms, then the soy sauce. Mix them well. Mushrooms release water while they cook, so no need to add any extra water to cook the mushrooms, just ensure that they don't stick to the pan by stirring them. Drizzle some water if its too dry/sticky. Close the lid and cook until the mushrooms are done. Remember to check and stir in between. Takes about 15-20 mins. You might wanna let it sit longer if you want the mushrooms to soak in the flavor.
Green mushroom is now ready, best served hot with roti, rice, or as a tortilla stuffing.
Do you love spicy food? Are you looking for some simple recipes with minimum ingredients? Then this is the recipe for you. Try it, you will love it! xo, Hems