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15 Minutes Mushroom Teriyaki Recipe

I feel sluggish in summer and I tend to cook really simple dishes, like this 15 minutes mushroom teriyaki, so I can be in and out from the kitchen as fast as possible. Although we are making a teriyaki dish, there is no need to buy a bottle of teriyaki sauce. As long as you have soy sauce, mirin, sake, and sugar, you can make your own teriyaki sauce at home.

15 Minutes Mushroom Teriyaki

You can use any mushroom

I use super common white button mushroom to make this mushroom teriyaki dish since this is the most widely available mushroom. Of course you can use other varieties of mushroom too, such as king oyster, fresh shiitake, and fresh portobello. When you use king oyster or fresh portobello mushrooms, this can easily be made into a main dish.

15 Minutes Mushroom Teriyaki

15 Minutes Mushroom Teriyaki

Playing around with the garnishes

I always stock fresh scallions in my refrigerator, so chopping some up to garnish this easy mushroom teriyaki dish is a no brainer. Another possible garnish is to use lemon zest, and even squeeze some of the fresh lemon juice to the finished dish to make an instant teriyaki ponzu mushroom dish!

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15 Minutes Eggplant with Spicy Soy Sauce Recipe

Let’s talk a bit about this 15 minutes eggplant spicy soy sauce. I think this is an awesome summer dish because one, it takes less than 15 minutes from start to finish, and two, you only need your microwave for this.

I don’t know about you, but I try to avoid staying in the kitchen for long in the summer heat. So, dishes like this that is not only easy, but also delicious, and virtually no cooking time is godsend.

15 Minutes Eggplant with Spicy Soy Sauce

Chinese eggplant

I use Chinese eggplant, which is slimmer and lankier compared to its American sibling. Try to find one that is about 400-450 grams (slightly under one pound) in weight.

To retain the nice purple color of the eggplant skin, the trick is to brush them liberally with oil (I use olive oil, you can use whatever oil you have at home). Then, I just arrange the eggplants in two plates, cover with saran, and cook with the 2-serving fresh vegetable setting in my microwave.

Since each microwave is slightly different, please experiment or consult your microwave manual for the appropriate cooking time.

15 Minutes Eggplant with Spicy Soy Sauce

15 Minutes Eggplant with Spicy Soy Sauce

Spicy soy sauce

Once the eggplant is out from the microwave, make the sauce by simply mixing together soy sauce, sugar, rice vinegar, sambal oelek, and sesame oil. Pour the sauce over the cooked eggplant, and garnish with some thinly sliced scallions.

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