These long, thin mushrooms with tiny caps are commonly found in Asian dishes, particularly Japanese dishes like nabemono and sukiyaki. Easily cultivated, they are grown and packaged in clusters, have a very crisp texture, and can keep for a week in the fridge.
Enoki are traditionally used in soups and stir fries, but are sometimes used in salads. Their flavour is mild and somewhat fruity.
Nutritional benefits: Very low in cholesterol and sodium Good source of Iron Good source of dietary fiber
SERVING SUGGESTION: Stir-fry when fresh with oyster sauce, soya sauce and onions.