Seriously tasty Japanese Inspired Mushrooms with Pak Choi Bhaji

 

Japanese inspired mushroomsJapanese Inspired mushrooms on a bed of Pak Choi Bhaji, served with sour cream chives

 

Mushrooms

1 tbsps. Olive Oil

1 tbsp. butter

½ tsp. of chopped red chilli

2 sliced garlic cloves

1 tsp. Sarsons Worcestershire Sauce

2 tsp. of Mizkan sushi vinegar

1 tsp. of Mushroom ketchup

1 tsp. of sun-blushed tomato paste

½ tsp. of Branston Tomato ketchup

150ml of double cream

125g of Oyster mushrooms

100g wild mushrooms

2 tbsp. sweet white wine

 

Dip

100ml sour cream

Sprig of fresh chives

 

Pak Choi Bhajis

4 Pak Choi thinly sliced

2 white waxy potatoes shredded

60g gram flour

30g rice flour

1 tbsp. melted butter

Juice of ¼ lemon

2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped

Small bunch of coriander, chopped

Olive oil, to cook

Heat the olive oil and butter over a low to medium heat, then add the chilli and garlic and cook till translucent. Add the Sarsons Worcestershire sauce, the Mizkan dipping sauce, the Mizkan Sushi Vinegar, the mushroom ketchup, the sun blushed tomato paste, the Branston tomato ketchup and stir.

Then add the 125g of Oyster mushrooms and 100g wild mushrooms and cook so the mushrooms have been thoroughly coated in the sauce then once they are partially cooked, add the cream and sweet white wine and simmer for 5 minutes.

Pak Choi Bhajis

Blend the flours into a mixing bowl, stir in the butter and lemon juice and just enough cold water to bring it to the consistency of double cream. Stir in the herbs and add salt to taste. Stir in the vegetables so they are well coated. Heat the oil in a frying pan and next to the hob place a plate lined with kitchen paper to the side and put the oven on a low setting.

Shape round flat patties of the mixture and place into the pan, being careful not to overcrowd the pan, cooking 2 minutes per side until crisp and golden, then drain on the paper and put in the oven to keep warm.

To serve, place patty on plate, carefully spoon mushrooms over topped with sprig of coriander. To the side a spoonful of sour cream with a sprinkling of chives and serve.

 

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