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Stir-Fried Japanese Hanabira Mushrooms with Prawns ( はなびら茸とエビの炒め )

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Known as “ Kinoko “ ( キノコ ), there are many types of Japanese Mushrooms and those commonly seen in the supermarkets are Shitake ( 椎茸 ), Maitake ( 舞茸 ), Eryngii King Oyster ( エリンギ ), Shimeji ( 湿地茸 ) and Enoki ( エノキ ).

tokyo midtown gourmet supermarket hanabira take mushrooms
I am a huge fan of mushrooms, and I found an interesting species of mushroom called Hanabira-Take ( はなびら茸 ) during one of my fine dining adventures at Hama Steak House in Tokyo. Easily mistaken for Snow Fungus, the texture of the Hanabira Mushroom is much thicker and definitely tastes mushroomy. It was so delicious that I went in search for it in Tokyo, and found it at a gourmet supermarket in Tokyo Midtown. It was selling at ¥ 266 ( aprox SGD 3.20 ). I was ecstatic and determined to buy back and experiment with it, and so glad I did cause it is selling at double the price in Singapore.



singapore isetan scotts hanabira mushroom
For those residing in Singapore, you can also find the Hanabira Mushrooms in Isetan supermarket but at a dearer price of SGD 7.90. So I would suggest buying in Japan if you are going there for a holiday.

japanese hanabira take recipe
I had these delicious mushrooms during a Teppanyaki Dinner in Tokyo, and you can try my homemade version - Stir-Fried Japanese Hanabira Mushrooms with Prawns ( はなびら茸とエビの炒め )!

hanabira take japanese flower mushrooms
Ingredients:
1 dozen medium Prawns
1 pkt Hanabira Mushrooms
1 tsp Oyster Sauce
1 tsp Minced Garlic
1 Tsp Sesame Oil
½ tsp Kikkoman Shoyu
1 tbsp Olive Oil or Camelina Oil
Pinch of Salt and Pepper

Method:
    chinese recipes cooking with prawns
  • Remove shells and devein prawns. Rinse and marinate with salt and pepper.
  • Rinse mushrooms and cut into smaller portions. Set aside.
  • asian cooking stir fried shrimps recipe
  • Heat oil and sauté garlic till fragrant. Cook prawns till half cooked.
  • stir fried japanese hanabira kinoko recipe
  • Throw in mushrooms and add seasonings. Cook quickly on high heat as these mushrooms secrete water.
  • shrimps with snow fungus or hanabira kinoko
  • Remove and serve your Delicious Stir-Fried Japanese Hanabira Mushrooms with Prawns.
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25 comments:

  1. Diviners and a hearty filling meal. I am really tempted.

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  2. you are back in the kitchen..can you eat prawn after the surgery ?

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    1. No lah, this recipe has been sitting in my draft box for a long time. I don’t restrict my diet after surgery; no problem eating prawns etc. xoxo

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  3. It does look like snow fungus. Never know and see this mushroom around here. Thanks for the recipe sharing.

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  4. Shirley, that is gorgeously tasty! The mushrooms, look like snow fungus. I don't think I have ever seen them over here.

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  5. yummy. I would love to try this dish!!!

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  6. I never heard about these mushrooms before :-) Very original dish :-)

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  7. I don't think I've tried hanabira mushrooms before. They look a little like snow fungus.

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  8. i love mushrooms, great recipe dear
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    have a nice day

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  9. Seems like a great meal.
    Have a nice weekend! *_*

    Kathy's delight

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  10. Sounds delicious, I love prawns!
    Kisses, Paola.

    Expressyourself

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  11. I loooove prawns!!! This dish looks delicious!
    XO
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  12. This sounds so good. I love anything with shrimps in it. Have a great weekend.

    http://www.amysfashionblog.com/blog-home/

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  13. Shirley, you are good at finding the most interesting things to eat! I have never seen this pretty mushroom but now if I do, it's definitely going into my marketing basket ..haha ^.^

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  14. I am big fan of mushroom, and I love make mushroom soap for my beloved :). Thank you for sharing the recipe Shirley

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  15. Your shrimp is cooked to perfection! What a yummy dish!

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  16. I would have never thought of having mushroom as base, thanks for the inspo!

    -Kati
    Almost Stylish

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  17. As usual very interesting! Thanks a lot for sharing this post)

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  18. I tried prawns for the first time last week at a wedding and so now I can appreciate this dish! haha :)

    aglassofice.com x

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  19. Very tasty. Kisses 😊
    deriasworld

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