A Japanese variety that grows in small fragile clusters of white stems, resembling bean sprouts, topped by tiny caps. They have a mild, light flavor with a slight crunch and are usually eaten raw. Enoki mushrooms can grow to five inches in length. Their texture is crunchy and firm, with a mild flavor and radish-like finish.
Enoki mushrooms are mild-flavored and complement clean, simply prepared ingredients. Enoki are often used in Asian preparation of soups, fresh salads, stir-fry and noodle dishes.
Fresh, crisp Enokis refrigerated in their original package will keep well for about a week.
- Green onion
- Rice vinegar
- Soba noodles
- Vinegar, rice, sesame, white,