Recipe: Delicious Konnyaku Mushrooms with Miso Oyster Sauce

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Konnyaku Mushrooms with Miso Oyster Sauce. Great recipe for Konnyaku Mushrooms with Miso Oyster Sauce. Love to eat but watching your calories? Then, KONNYAKU can be your next best friend!

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procedure of Konnyaku Mushrooms with Miso Oyster Sauce

  1. It's 1 slab of of Konnyaku.
  2. You need 1 bunch of of mushrooms of your choice (Shiitake, Shimeji, Enoki, etc.).
  3. Prepare 1 sheet of Abura-age (deep fried tofu), cut into skinny pieces.
  4. Prepare 1 Tablespoon of of Miso.
  5. You need 1 Tablespoon of of Oyster sauce.
  6. Prepare 1 teaspoon of of Chili paste (I use Chinese one).
  7. You need 1 1/2 Tablespoon of of Water.
  8. It's of Sesame oil.

You can add your favorite ingredients such as potato, carrot, daikon or clams. As for my personal favorite, I use mushroom because it adds more texture to the soup. Feel free to replace the in. The traditional food of Japan is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes, each in.

Konnyaku Mushrooms with Miso Oyster Sauce in succession

  1. Rinse Konnyaku in running water. Poke Konnyaku with a folk and add grid lines as well on the surface. The rougher the surface is, the better the seasonings are absorbed..
  2. Not sure if you can see it, but the right side has grid lines and the left is yet to be done..
  3. Tear Konnyaku by hand. Again, the rougher the surface, the better. So tearing by hand creates more surface for seasonings to go in than cutting by a knife..
  4. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan and fry Konnyaku until it starts to get brown. You'll see lots of bubbles coming up as you fry Konnyaku, but don't worry, nothing's wrong. That's just how it is..
  5. Add mushrooms and abura-age and fry with Konnyaku..
  6. Mix all seasonings and add in to the frying pan..
  7. Mix quickly..
  8. All done!.

Tofu steak is common home cooking in Japan. It's usually served with mushroom sauce but I used miso sauce this time. You can add some garlic for a little more punch to the plain tofu. This could also be a good salad dressing with some more vinegar and yoghurt. Add the oyster mushrooms, fish sauce, a pinch of pepper and the olive oil to the bowl and close the lid.