Bold and savory Asian Stir Fried Mushrooms, a great steak topper, side dish, or vegetarian main course!
We have those days we enjoy spending extra time in the kitchen, making slow cooked dinners with multiple components.
Then we all have those days we’d rather order pizza… Yet we sigh, and step into the kitchen anyway to make a quick healthy meal.
Today’s Asian Stir Fried Mushrooms are for those days you just don’t feel like cooking.
They take so little time and effort to make, but offer such huge flavor, you’ll find you make this recipe again and again.
Serve Asian Stir Fried Mushrooms as a side dish or topper for quick grilled steaks or chicken. Or serve them over rice for an easy vegetarian meal. You can throw them in a buddha bowl with wilted greens and a fried egg, and even use them on hot sandwiches!
Asian Stir Fried Mushrooms are my new go-to mushroom recipe for fast dinners. The bold tantalizing flavor of earthy mushrooms, asian black bean sauce, and chili paste hits the spot every time!
Asian Stir Fried Mushrooms
- Place a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the sesame oil. Once hot, add the mushrooms and sauté until caramelization marks form, about 3-5 minutes. Stir regularly.
- Stir in the black bean sauce, honey, chili sauce, and sherry. Simmer until the liquid is mostly absorbed. Then sprinkle with chopped scallions and serve immediately.