Part of dinner last night - served with BBQ, Blue Cheese and Hot Aloi dipping sauces!!
Thanks, trying this approach now. It's the way I do most of my chants.Have good luck sautéing in olive oil, no seasoning and then vacuum sealing in meal size qualities. When I’m ready to eat I just run them under a little bit of hot water to get the bag to release then into the pan still frozen. Medium/Medium Low heat with a cover till they separate, add in some onions and garlic, maybe a little white wine. Maybe not as good as when they are fresh, but still pretty tasty to me.
Thanks for the recipe and crediting Sauce Stache. Had not heard of him. Watched some of his videos. His bacon mushrooms look good. I'd like to try them using COW and the core of Hen of the woods. They would slice up nice like bacon.Recipe as follows: 1 Cup Milk or Buttermilk - 1 Egg - splash of lemon Juice - Mix.
Dried Ingredients : 1 Cup flour / 1 tspoon Salt / 3/4 tspoon Thyme / 1/2 tspoon Basil / 1 tspoon Oregano / 1 tspoon Garlic Powder / tspoon Celery Salt
1/2 Tspoon Black Pepper / 1/2 Tspoon Dried Ground Mustard / 2 Tspoon Paprika / 1/2 Tspoon Ground Ginger 1 1/2 Tspoon White Pepper
I tossed and soaked the COW in the wet mix for 2-3 min. then tossed in flour mix - let set on wire rack for 10 - 15 min and retossed back in flour mixture.
Pan Fried at 350 in veg oil until golden brown. Placed on paper towels then plated and served. Credit for the recipe goes to Sauce Stache it's not mine. Ran across this last year
but had to wait until I found some mushrooms.
Plan to try this mix on some birds this fall!
Looking to try his lobster roll using lobster mushrooms. I was not trying to go vegan so use standard milk or buttermilk above. Still used a splash of lemon where as he used it toThanks for the recipe and crediting Sauce Stache. Had not heard of him. Watched some of his videos. His bacon mushrooms look good. I'd like to try them using COW and the core of Hen of the woods. They would slice up nice like bacon.