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Monday, 5 August 2013

Pseudo Chicken Meat Recipe

 Mamarazzi was a the Pasar Malam(Night market) and saw these mushrooms being sold at a very cheap price. RM5 for 3 packets.

She was wondering how tocook these mushroom. Hmmm...what's the name of these mushroom ya? No idea leh.

She seems to recall someone posted about these mushroom and said it taste like chicken meat.




 Not sure how to cook these so she simply "tembak"(Shoot). 


Seems to recall that it have to be shredded and it would look like chicken meat.

 Wokay lor....chop chop chop a piece of ginger. Fried it with some oil.

Throw in two pieces of chopped chicken wings. Then throw in the shredded mushrooms. Add some dark soya sauce, some salt and some oyster sauce.

 Jeng jeng....not bad la......

Taste quite good leh ...In fact I ate two plates of rice. Nice nice to sleep with a full tummy.

Does it taste like Chicken Meat...hmm...not really la....

Errrr....anyone know what is the name of these mushroom?

53 comments:

  1. Nice and simple way of making chicken mushroom dish :)

    After lunch straightaway napping... Later become Fat Boy.

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    1. hahahaha.....perut kenyang hati senang mah

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  2. I haven't tried that kind of mushroom before. wonder if it really tastes like chicken.

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  3. The name of this mushroom is as below (copied from wiki).


    Pleurotus eryngii (also known as king trumpet mushroom, French horn mushroom, king oyster mushroom, king brown mushroom, boletus of the steppes, trumpet royale).

    In Italian it is called cardoncello; in Chinese, it is called xìng bào gū (杏鮑菇, lit. "apricot oyster mushroom"), cì qín gū (刺芹菇, lit. "spiny coriander mushroom"), or cì qín cè ěr (刺芹側耳, lit. "spiny coriander side ear"); in Korean, it is called "saesongi peoseot" (새송이버섯, lit. "new pine mushroom"); in Japanese, it is called eringi (katakana: エリンギ).

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    1. bravo...well research....lol...errrr...now aside from grill ...masak apa ya?

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  4. if cut into slices and lightly grilled, taste very nice.

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    1. apart from that leh...what else ah? wanna experiment la

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  5. yeah, saw this type of mushroom in supermarket, and it's becoming more common now.. can't remember the prize in supermarket (of course also the name printed on the tag), but i think RM5 for 3 packets if kind of cheap..

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    1. ya wor...in supermarket i think more expensive leh

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  6. wow, very creative way of mamarazzi's cooking!! hahahaha, i really have to say sometimes the "amateur" or "novice" has just got more imagination and innovation!! look at this unique mama kucing mushroom chicken, looked so delicious aje lah~~ yum yum!!

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    1. saw in some blog punya :p...so kopi cikit teh-o cikit lo

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  7. if not mistaken, when having korean BBQ, they will slice the mushroom and then grill them!! also very nice like that eaten with the grilled meat and lettuce.. but then leceh lah if going to do like that at home right??

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  8. Looks good, Mamarazzi... Very hoi wai.. just look at small kucing!! :)

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    1. hahahaha....anything with gravy he will like

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  9. small kucing so happy huh?? had a nice lunch and then straight away go to have a nap.. fuyoh, school holidays coming soon, that could probably be the life of the cat for that one week plus?? :D

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    1. hahahaha......school hols still have classes leh... :(

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  10. I have not shredded this way to cook, must try it out one of the day, hehe....

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    1. yea do try it and let me know what you thnk

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  11. I love mushrooms and your dish you made with them looks very tasty.

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  12. Next time, you can try stir fry with ginger slices and some Chinese wine. Taste good too.

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    1. oooohhh..wokay wokay will try it :)

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  13. Yup, it's Eryngii or King Osyter Mushroom. Just cooked some last night.

    RM5 for 3 packets is extremely cheap. These mushroom is quite expensive in supermarket with larger size and different packaging. Also got baby Eryngii which is extremely tender and juicy.

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    1. Hmm....these maybe baby ones kot coz it's palm size. I like the taste, Must experiment more with it

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  15. I can imagine they'd also taste great stirfried with broccoli and other veggies in a mixed veg dish. Makes me hungry already and it's not even lunchtime yet. LOL

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    1. hahaha ya wor...with brocoly carrot also nice but Mamarazzi alway does that ...so thought change a bit lor

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  16. Some Japanese mushroom, dunno what it is called now. My daughter loves it!

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  17. I love this type of mushroom too!! But I also don't know what is the name for it, only know it's 'mushroom', haha xD

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  18. Hmm, can tell that dish is yummy from J's satisfied face~ But why he sleep topless one? :p

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  19. You know how I like it? Simply grilled. And sprinkle with salt. Sedap! :)

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  20. King oyster mushrooms..I blogged bout how I cooked it on my blog long time ago haha..

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    1. hahaha kust have read from you blog then :P

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  21. i wonder if fry the shredded mushroom would be nice mou leh? like crispy snacks?

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    1. mmmm....never thought of that...maybe nice leh...

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  22. Haven't tried before but sure its already there. Will find the mushrooms and give a try to your recipe. Looks quite tempting and must have been heavenly, I mean seeing your little one sleeping like an angel says it all.

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    1. hahaha yea it was good if i may say so :)

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  23. wow is that a mushroom never seen anything
    like that here

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    1. no? Oooo i thought easily available

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  24. in our dishes, unlike yours we usually use
    typical ingredients and not so much of those
    herbs and some sorts of stuffs

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    1. ooo.....over here we use quite a lot of herbs

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  25. by the way, the finished product seems
    very appetizing, i kinda like it infact

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  26. have a great day and happy blogging small kuicng
    take the best of care and god bless

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  27. 2 types of chicken in a dish :P

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