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Fried Oyster Mushroom

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Adjust Servings:
450 grams Panko (Japanese) Breadcrumbs
3/4 cup
1/4 cup
1 teaspoon Chinese cabbage
1/2 teaspoon
1 teaspoon
3/4 cup Tomato Passata
For frying Beef broth

Nutritional information

46.4 g
Total Carbohydrate
3.2 g
Total Fat
10.4 g

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Fried Oyster Mushroom

Indonesian style

  • Vegan

If desire to enhance specific flavor or taste, you can marinate the mushrooms before coat them with batter

  • 25 minutes
  • Serves 3
  • Easy




Fried oyster mushrooms are a delightful and crispy snack or side dish made by coating oyster mushroom slices in a seasoned batter and frying them until golden brown. Here’s a description of fried oyster mushrooms:


  1. Oyster Mushrooms: Oyster mushrooms are the star of the dish. They are known for their delicate, seafood-like flavor and tender texture. The mushrooms are typically cleaned, and the tough stems are trimmed before cooking.
  2. Batter: A simple batter is prepared using a mixture of all-purpose flour, cornstarch, or rice flour. The dry ingredients are often seasoned with salt, pepper, and various spices or herbs like paprika, garlic powder, or cayenne pepper for added flavor.
  3. Liquid: The dry ingredients are mixed with a liquid, such as cold water or milk, to create a thick and smooth batter. The liquid helps the dry ingredients adhere to the mushroom slices.

Cooking Process:

  1. Slicing: The cleaned and trimmed oyster mushrooms are sliced into bite-sized pieces. This allows for more surface area to be coated in the batter, resulting in a crispier texture.
  2. Battering: The sliced mushrooms are dipped into the prepared batter, ensuring that each piece is evenly coated. Excess batter is allowed to drip off before frying.
  3. Frying: The battered mushroom pieces are carefully placed in hot oil in a skillet or deep fryer. They are fried until they become golden brown and crispy, which usually takes just a few minutes.
  4. Draining: Once fried, the mushroom pieces are removed from the oil and placed on a plate lined with paper towels to absorb any excess oil.

Serving: Fried oyster mushrooms are typically served hot and can be enjoyed as a snack, appetizer, or side dish. They are often served with dipping sauces such as garlic aioli, ranch dressing, or a tangy sriracha mayo. The crispy exterior contrasts beautifully with the tender and earthy interior of the mushrooms, making them a flavorful and satisfying treat.

Fried oyster mushrooms are a popular choice for vegetarians and vegans because they provide a similar texture and flavor to fried seafood without using animal products. They are a versatile dish that can be seasoned and customized to suit various tastes and preferences.



Prepare the mushrooms by remove the tough ends of the oyster mushrooms and split into strips, around 2-3 cm wide.
Clean them and squeeze the water out as much as possible.


In a large bowl, combine the all purpose flour, baking powder, corn starch, black pepper and salt.
Crack the egg and mix them. Gradually add some water and mix them to form a batter.
Make sure the batter is smooth and creamy and there is no lumps.


Heat the vegetable oil in a deep fryer or wok over medium high temperature.


Dip the mushrooms into the batter and let it coat evenly.
Deep fry for about 3-5 minutes or until golden brown on both sides.


Remove from the heat and drain the excess oil on paper towel. Serve it.


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