Whether you known them as dried Chinese mushrooms, black mushrooms or Shiitake mushrooms, Chinese mushrooms add an earthy flavor to numerous Chinese dishes. From steamed chicken to Mu Shu Pork, here are several recipes using Chinese mushrooms.
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The famous northern Chinese dish, with a selection of Chinese vegetables such as Chinese mushrooms, cloud ears, and lily buds representing a forest scene.
An easy stir-fry - if using Chinese mushrooms, feel free to replace the chicken broth in the recipe with the same amount of (strained) liquid from soaking the mushrooms.
Steamed dumplings filled with Chinese mushrooms, fresh ginger, green onions, and Chinese seasonings.
In many areas of the world Chinese black mushrooms are more commonly known as Shiitake mushrooms. In this recipe marinated chicken thighs are browned, and then simmered with onion in reserved marinade.
Chinese mushrooms add their own special flavor to this easy recipe.
Thin slices of beef steak are marinated, and then finished off with Chinese mushrooms and snow peas in a special sauce in this recipe from Deh-Ta Hsiung.
Strained liquid from soaking the Chinese mushrooms forms the base of the oyster-flavored sauce, which also includes dark soy sauce and Chinese rice wine or dry sherry.
Chinese mushrooms add an earthy flavor to this recipe, reader-rated at 5 out of 5 stars.
A simplified version of the popular vegetarian dish, traditionally served on the first day of Chinese New Year.
This recipe comes from Chef Theresa Lin.