World of the Enoki
This post isn’t about Lord Of The Rings, or Star Wars. We are talking about tiny mushrooms, grown in clumps, with long spaghetti-like stems.
Native to China, Japan and Korea, Enoki mushrooms are a good source of Vitamin D, trace minerals, and B-complex vitamins. Enoki’s are eaten raw, or cooked.
Enoki mushrooms have firm, white, shiny caps. Another name for them is Golden Needle Mushrooms.
They are a delicate, mildly sweet mushroom, with a crunchy texture. Enoki’s work well in soups, salads, and noodle dishes.
ENOKI MUSHROOM RECIPE SUGGESTIONS
Vegetable Tofu Stir Frys
Indian Style Dishes
Rice Paper Wraps
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