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Skewered King Oyster Mushroom (새송이 산적)

Posted in My Recipes, vegetables by 노강호 on March 12, 2011

skewered king oyster mushrooms (새송이 산적)

Skewered mushrooms king oyster mushrooms (세송이) are delicious and easy to make. It’s a versatile side dish which can be adapted to suit vegetarians and lends itself to experimentation.

the king oyster is quite a meaty mushroom

You will need:

1. Around 4 king oyster mushrooms

2. Half a pound of beef or pork (but I guess it could be prawns or chicken)

3. 4 table spoons of soy sauce

4. 2 tablespoons of sugar

5. a couple of chopped spring onions

6. chopped garlic

7. sesame salt (or salt and some toasted sesame seeds)

8. black pepper

9. Skewers

wooden skewers (산적코지)


1. Boil the mushrooms for a minute and then slice lengthwise about an eight of an inch thick.

2. Slice the meat the same way

3. Make a marinade of all the remaining ingredients and let mushrooms and meat stand in this for 2 hours.

4. Skewer meat and mushrooms alternately and broil them.

meat and marinade – add the mushrooms

skewered and ready to broil

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© 林東哲 2011 Creative Commons Licence.


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  1. Charles said, on March 15, 2011 at 12:40 am

    They look really delicious. Is it seasonal? When I pass through Korea in the late summer, is it something my classmate’s mother could easily find?

    • Nick said, on March 15, 2011 at 1:35 am

      Absolutely. I’ve rarely seen them in restaurants but they are easy to make and king oyster mushrooms are available throughout the year.

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