Oyster Sauce Stuffed Mushrooms

July 24, 2009 at 6:08 am 2 comments

I absolutely love mushrooms. Not only are they yum but they can be made in a million creative ways.  Stuffing mushrooms is so easy and makes  for really fancy-shmancy appetizers.

I wanted a steak-like taste. My answer oyster sauce.

So oyster sauce + dark soy + mozzerella cheese + veggies + mushroom = Pure delicious joy.

Stuffing is not possible without “de-stemming” the mushrooms. You need to be really careful when you do this. (I admit there were a couple of casualites on the way)

What  you need:

1 small red onion, chopped

1 green chili, chopped

2 cloves of garlic, chopped

25 med sized button mushrooms, “de-stemmed”

1/4 cup green peas, semi cooked

4 tbs oyster sauce

1.5 tbs dark soy

1 tsp vinegar

Just a  bit of salt

1/4 tsp pepper powder

1tbs Oil to Sautee

1tbs olive oil to drizzle

What to do:

1. Heat oil in a skillet.  Fry the onions, garlic and chili.

2. Add the peas when the onions appear translucent. Add 1 tbs of the oyster sauce, all the vinegar, soy, salt and pepper. Sautee briefly and remove from heat.

3. Toss mushroom heads in the rest of the oyster sauce and olive oil,  and a bit of salt and pepper.

4. Place mushrooms in a deep baking dish, heads down and stuff with the onion and peas mixture. Place a small cube of cheese on top.

5. Cover with foil and bake for 15 minutes on 180 C  or pan-fry, covered for 10 minutes till the oyster sauce starts sticking to the skillet.

On the pan… just about to melt..

Ok now they have melted.

One word sums it.. YUM.

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Entry filed under: Appetizers, Easy, Quick, Vegetarian.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Mushrooms Canada  |  July 28, 2009 at 1:09 pm

    Great step-by-step photos, I especially like the one with the melty cheese, mmmm!
    This recipe sounds delicious, I am a BIG fan of stuffed mushrooms! I never would have thought of using peas as part of the stuffing, it certainly gives the dish some nice colour. Thanks for sharing!
    – Brittany

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  • 2. noobcook  |  July 29, 2009 at 3:36 am

    oh my they are so cute! Just love the sight of melted cheese.

    Reply

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