Monday, August 16, 2010

String Mushroom with Kanimi

Another dish without recipe! Kanimi is an imitation crab meat that's available in oriental store or supermarket. I just prepared two bunch of string mushroom, cucumber, kanimi, butter, salt and pepper. Saute all the ingredients in butter or extra-virgin olive oil.

Take note when you add salt, kanimi is already flavored.
The string mushroom is called Inoki or Enoki Mushroom

4 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

This looks good to me but I don't know what string mushrooms are. Diane

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Sweet and Savory said...

I never heard of kanimi. Is that another kind of fish used for imitation purposes or is it not even fish?

Whatever it is, it looks like it would be delicious. I am thrilled that you linked it to My Meatless Mondays.

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