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How to Brush-Clean and Freeze Enoki Mushrooms. Great recipe for How to Brush-Clean and Freeze Enoki Mushrooms. Ever since I saw something like this on a TV program, I've been doing it myself. Enoki mushrooms are inexpensive anyway, but I buy them when they are on sale in bulk and process them in bulk, so that they're ready to use.

How to Brush-Clean and Freeze Enoki Mushrooms Enoki mushrooms are inexpensive anyway, but I buy them when they are on sale in bulk and process them in bulk, so that they're ready to use. Blanch mushrooms for easy, long preservation. This method requires no equipment other than a pot of water and a heat source, and the mushrooms will stay tasty for up. You can have How to Brush-Clean and Freeze Enoki Mushrooms using 3 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of How to Brush-Clean and Freeze Enoki Mushrooms

  1. You need 1 of packet Enoki mushrooms.
  2. It’s 1 of Fork.
  3. It’s 1 of Ziplock freezer bag (or any freezer bag you can seal tightly).

Choose mushrooms that look and smell fresh. Mushrooms that are dry, shriveled, darkened, moldy, have bad spots, or give off an unpleasant odor should be avoided. Only freeze mushrooms that are in good condition. They can be eaten raw or cooked but should be.

How to Brush-Clean and Freeze Enoki Mushrooms instructions

  1. I processed 200 g today..
  2. Cut off just the very end of the roots. Shred the enoki mushrooms a little so that they lie flat..
  3. Divide into six clumps. Hold the middle of a clump securely with your left hand. Use a fork with sharp tines..
  4. With the mushrooms held down, stick the fork into the stems about 3 cm from the root end, and brush through the stems towards the root ends. You can see the removed dirt on the right top..
  5. Before and after. On the left are mushrooms that have just been shredded apart. On the right, mushrooms that have been cleaned as described above. There are no gritty bits, and the tough chewy parts of the root ends are removed, too..
  6. When each mushroom has been shredded apart, line them up neatly in a ziplock bag and freezer. You can wrap them first in plastic wrap if you prefer. Here are 2 packs worth..
  7. These are the leftover parts: the root ends, and the tough and hard to eat bits..
  8. By brushing through the stems with a fork, even the stem ends are nice and separate. Use in soups, chopped up in ankake dishes (with thick sauce), or use as-is. Blanch before using in cold dishes..
  9. Here are some brown (mountain) enoki mushrooms..
  10. If you want to make 'bacon wraps', since the mushrooms are already separted and there's no need to cut them, it's easy to make when you need one more item in a bento..
  11. Or, you could make the bacon rolls and freeze them. Just pan fry them from frozen. It saves so much time in the morning..

Get tips for cleaning, prepping, and storing all types of mushrooms. Mushrooms add earthy flavor and texture to all kinds of savory dishes. In this video, you'll see how to clean mushrooms for. But Becky Selengut, veteran chef of The Herbfarm restaurant and author of Shroom: Mind-bendingly Good Recipes for Cultivated and Wild Mushrooms, says it's fine to wash. Freezing mushrooms is a great storage technique.