Step-by-Step Guide to Make Award-winning Simmered Maitake and Atsuage

Simmered Maitake and Atsuage
Simmered Maitake and Atsuage

Hey everyone, it is me, Dave, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to make a distinctive dish, simmered maitake and atsuage. It is one of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I will make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Maitake (舞茸) is a Magic User and one half of a pair of twins with Aitake who two impostors pretended to be in an attempt to assassinate En for his bounty price. I've been interested in mushrooms for a while and once even grew my own shiitakes on a log, a hobby that I'm planning to return to.

To begin with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can have simmered maitake and atsuage using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Simmered Maitake and Atsuage:
  1. Take 1 pack Maitake mushrooms
  2. Get 2 blocks Atsuage
  3. Make ready 300 ml Dashi stock
  4. Prepare 1 tbsp Usukuchi soy sauce
  5. Make ready 1/2 tbsp Sugar
  6. Take 1 Mitsuba
Instructions to make Simmered Maitake and Atsuage:
  1. Remove the stump from the maitake mushrooms and shred into small clumps. Cut the atsuage into bite-sized pieces. Cut the mitsuba into 2-3 cm strips (I set aside some whole mitsuba leaves for garnish).
  2. Combine the dashi stock, sugar, and soy sauce in a pot and turn on the heat. Once it comes to a boil, add the atsuage and maitake mushrooms and simmer on medium heat for 6-7 minutes. Finally, add the chopped mitsuba, bring back to a boil, and it's done.
  3. After transferring to the bowls, you could top with some leaves to garnish.

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