If you’re a fan of Asian cuisine, then you’re in luck!
I’ve put together a delicious collection of 30 easy Asian mushroom recipes that are perfect for busy weeknights.
From flavorful soups and stir-fries to succulent mushrooms cooked in rich sauces, these recipes are sure to satisfy your cravings.
With the addition of some staple Asian ingredients, you’ll have a meal that tastes like it came from a restaurant in no time.
So grab your chopsticks and get ready to explore the wonderful world of Asian mushrooms!
These Ginger Soy Roasted Mushrooms are packed with flavor and texture.
The cremini mushrooms are roasted to perfection and tossed in a mixture of soy sauce, oil, garlic, and ginger.
The toasted sesame oil adds an extra layer of flavor and aroma, making this recipe irresistible.
Pro Tip: To get the most flavor out of your mushrooms, make sure they’re properly cleaned and trimmed before roasting.
This will help ensure the mushrooms are cooked evenly and the flavors are evenly distributed.
For a flavorful and savory dish, try out this soy butter glazed king oyster mushroom recipe.
The sweet and salty glaze, made with honey and soy sauce, gives the mushrooms a perfect balance.
The silky smooth texture of the mushrooms and the garlic, scallion, and black pepper notes make the perfect combination.
Pro Tip: For an even more intense flavor, try adding a few drops of toasted sesame oil to the glaze.
This will give the mushrooms a deep, nutty flavor and a delightful aroma.
Those seeking a delicious, Asian-inspired vegetarian dish will love Enoki Mushrooms with Garlic & Scallion Sauce.
This easy-to-make recipe is a great way to fill up on flavor and texture.
The Enoki mushrooms, which have a delicate and slightly crunchy texture, are complemented by the savory garlic, scallion, and soy sauce.
Sweetened with a touch of sugar, this dish is sure to please the whole family.
Pro Tip: Make sure to cook the Enoki mushrooms for a short time, or else they will become soggy.
This dish is best served fresh, so don’t make it too far in advance.
That mouthwatering aroma of sizzling garlic and ginger, combined with the pungent kick of hot chiles, will draw you into this dish of Chinese Braised Mushrooms.
Tender mushrooms cooked in a rich soy sauce, sherry, and Chinese black vinegar sauce make for an umami-filled delight.
The sauce is thickened with starch, giving it a glossy, velvety texture that coats each mushroom in a warm, cozy flavor.
Pro Tip: For an even richer flavor, add a teaspoon of sugar to the sauce.
The sweetness will balance the saltiness of the soy sauce and add an extra level of flavor.
To make the dish even heartier, serve it over a bed of white rice or noodles.
Depth and flavor come together in this quick and easy Sesame Garlic Miso Butter Mushroom dish.
Crimini mushrooms are coated in a savory miso paste and butter, sautéed with garlic, and finished with sesame oil for a delicious umami flavor.
These mushrooms are perfect for any weeknight dinner or as a side dish for a special occasion.
Pro Tip: To make sure the mushrooms get crispy and caramelized, make sure to preheat the pan before adding the mushrooms and oil.
This will help prevent the mushrooms from sticking to the pan and ensure that you get the perfect texture.
These stir-fried Asian mushrooms are a delicious combination of flavors, textures, and aromas.
The sesame oil and garlic sauce provide a savory base to the mushrooms while honey and chili garlic sauce give the dish a sweet, spicy kick.
The sherry adds a subtle nutty flavor that compliments the earthy mushrooms.
The chopped scallions add a bright, zesty pop that completes the dish.
Pro Tip: For a crispier texture, lightly fry the mushrooms in a separate pan before adding them to the stir-fry.
This will give the mushrooms a lovely golden-brown hue and a crunchy bite.
This mouth-watering Mushroom Ramen Noodle dish is a tantalizing combination of textures and flavors.
The garlic and mushrooms add a unique savory flavor, while the onions and spring onions provide a hint of sweetness.
The hoisin, soy, and sriracha sauces provide a delicious kick of heat, while the toasted sesame seeds and rice vinegar add a subtle nutty flavor.
With the perfect balance of spicy, sweet, and savory, this dish is sure to tantalize your taste buds.
Pro Tip: For an extra kick of flavor, add a tablespoon of chili oil to the sauce.
This will give the noodles an extra spicy boost that will leave your taste buds dancing.
Bok choy and shiitake mushroom stir fry is a delectable and healthy Asian-inspired dish.
The bok choy is cooked to a crisp-tender texture with garlic and Chinese cooking wine, while the shiitake mushrooms add an earthy, umami flavor.
A combination of oyster sauce, soy sauce, and cornstarch slurry add a beautiful glaze to the vegetables, creating a savory and satisfying meal.
Pro Tip: Soak the shiitake mushrooms for 30 minutes before cooking to ensure a tender texture.
Reserve the soaking water to add extra flavor to the sauce.
Enjoy this delicious stir fry by itself or with a bowl of steamed rice!
Ah, the beauty of the Sticky Sesame Shiitakes!
These mushrooms are the perfect combination of salty and sweet, with the slightest hint of umami.
The shiitakes are crisped up in a hot skillet, then coated in a delicious sticky-sweet sauce.
Every bite melts in your mouth, with a crunchy texture and a subtle nuttiness from the sesame seeds.
Pro Tip: To make the sauce even more sticky and flavorful, mix together 1/2 teaspoon of cornstarch with 1/2 teaspoon of water and add it to the sauce.
This will help thicken it and give it an extra boost of flavor.
This Chinese Green Beans and Mushroom Stir-Fry is a delicious dish full of flavors and textures.
The bell pepper adds a slight crunch, while the garlic, ginger, and sesame oil infuse the dish with a wonderful aroma and flavor.
The combination of black bean garlic sauce, mushroom oyster sauce, and soy sauce create a rich and savory sauce that envelops the green beans and mushrooms.
Enjoy this stir-fry over a bed of rice or noodles for an easy and delicious meal.
Pro Tip: For extra flavor and texture, sprinkle some sesame seeds on top of the stir-fry.
A splash of Chinese black vinegar will also add a hint of acidity to the dish.
For a spicier version, add a pinch of sriracha or more to taste.
Japanese foods tend to be savory, light, and fragrant.
This marinated mushroom recipe is no exception with the combination of shimeji, maitake, enoki, and shiitake mushrooms, creating an umami flavor that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.
The balance of the tangy soy marinade, the spicy red chili pepper, and the herby Mitsuba and Shiso greens, offers a delightful harmony of flavors.
The mushrooms themselves bring a soft, juicy texture that is further enhanced by olive oil and rice vinegar.
Pro Tip: For the best flavor, marinate the mushrooms for at least two hours before serving.
This gives the marinade time to really coat the mushrooms and infuse them with flavor.
When time is tight but you still want to enjoy delicious, flavorful food, this teriyaki mushroom recipe is a great solution!
The flavors of garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and sesame seeds mingle together to create an Asian-inspired taste.
The mushrooms are pan-seared to perfection, creating a juicy texture that is bursting with flavor.
The rice vinegar and brown sugar add a nice sweet-sour balance to the dish, and the spring onion adds a fresh and vibrant touch.
Pro Tip: For an extra flavorful teriyaki sauce, add a pinch of chili flakes and/or a dash of mirin!
When you combine the caramelized tofu and mushrooms in this Vietnamese dish, it creates a delightful balance of sweetness and savory.
The umami-packed black pepper sauce amplifies the flavor of the tofu and mushrooms, creating a harmonious flavor profile.
The shallot, green onions, and chili sauce add an extra layer of complexity, creating a delicious and comforting meal.
Pro Tip: For an even more flavorful dish, press the tofu cubes with a paper towel before frying to get rid of excess moisture.
This will help the tofu to caramelize and give it a crispy texture.
Something magical happens when you combine creamy cream cheese, crunchy carrots, herby cilantro, and spicy ginger.
Add in some lime juice for a zesty kick and you have the makings of an amazing dish.
These Asian stuffed mushrooms are bursting with flavor and texture, making them the perfect side dish or appetizer for any occasion.
Pro Tip: To get the best flavor, you’ll want to make sure to mix the cream cheese with the egg yolk, green onion, garlic, carrot, cilantro, ginger, and lime juice before stuffing the mushrooms.
This will help ensure that the filling is properly seasoned and that the mushrooms are bursting with flavor.
For an extra kick, drizzle with a combination of sweet chili sauce and coconut milk before serving.
Top with fresh cilantro and a lime wedge for garnish.
I love Korean Bulgogi, so when I heard about this vegan version I was intrigued.
This Mushroom Bulgogi is a delicious and satisfying meal, with a rich blend of flavors.
The portobello mushrooms provide a meaty texture, while the gochujang adds a hint of spice.
The sweetness of the pear and agave syrup balance out the soy sauce, making this a truly indulgent dish.
Pro Tip: For extra flavor and texture, try adding some toasted sesame seeds to the Bulgogi.
This will add a nutty crunch and make the dish even tastier!
This delicious vegan stir-fry is sure to tantalize your taste buds!
Broccoli and shiitake mushrooms provide a wonderful combination of crunchy and soft textures, while the garlic, onions, and ginger add a flavorful punch.
You can add some heat to your dish with a dash of crushed red pepper or keep it mild and sweet with a hint of coconut sugar.
The sesame seeds provide a nutty finish that ties all the flavors together.
Pro Tip: To really bring out the flavors of this stir-fry, make sure to cook the vegetables until they are tender but still have a bit of crunch.
If you’re using water instead of vegetable broth, add a tablespoon at a time until the vegetables are cooked to your desired texture.
When you mix together the rich, earthy mushrooms and the soft, mildly flavored tofu, you’ll create an unforgettable combination of contrasting textures and flavors.
Then, when you add the black pepper sauce that is full of aromatic garlic, red chilies, and fragrant spring onions, the resulting dish is a burst of complex umami that is a perfect accompaniment to steamed rice.
Pro Tip: Make sure to press the tofu before cooking to remove any excess moisture, as this will help it absorb the flavors of the sauce better.
Sometimes the simplest dishes can be the most flavorful.
This Mushroom Miso Soup is the perfect example.
The earthy shiitake mushrooms, crisp vegetables, and savory miso paste combine in a rich broth that is both inviting and comforting.
The garlic and white pepper add a hint of spice, while the spring onion provides a great contrast of texture and color.
Pro Tip: To make the soup even more nourishing, add some cooked noodles to the broth.
This will make it a more substantial meal that will keep you feeling full and satisfied for hours.
Once you’ve gathered your ingredients, get ready for a flavor explosion.
This garlic mushroom bok choy stir fry is a great way to add a burst of flavor to any dinner.
The garlic and mushrooms add a savory depth, while the bok choy provides a crisp crunch and earthy flavor.
This dish is sure to please and can be on the table in 10 minutes.
Pro Tip: To make the dish even more flavorful, add a few shakes of sesame oil or soy sauce.
This will give the stir fry a rich umami flavor and make it even more delicious.
Don’t let the minimal list of ingredients fool you; this delicious and easy vegan mushroom and scallion rice noodle dish bursts with flavor and texture.
The sweet and spicy Asian sauce brings together the savory mushrooms, the crunchy scallions, and the tender rice noodles.
This combination of flavors will tantalize your taste buds and leave you wanting more!
Pro Tip: For best results, let the noodles sit in the sauce for a few minutes before serving to let the flavors infuse.
This will give the dish a more intense flavor and make it even more delicious!
This Takeout Style Chinese Beef and Mushroom Stir Fry is a delicious and savory dish that will tantalize your taste buds.
Tender flank steak is cooked to perfection with sliced mushrooms in a rich and flavorful Chinese brown sauce.
The savory flavors of the beef and mushrooms combined with the sweetness of the sauce create a perfect balance of flavors.
The crunchy mushrooms add the perfect texture to this comforting dish.
Pro Tip: For the best results, marinate the flank steak in a mixture of bicarbonate of soda and water for 10 minutes before cooking.
This will ensure the beef is tender and juicy.
These shiitake mushroom lettuce wraps are the perfect combination of savory and sweet.
Shiitake mushrooms bring a deep and earthy flavor, while the water chestnuts add a crunchy texture.
The sesame oil, garlic, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, and coconut sugar combine to create a delicious combination of umami and subtle sweetness.
Wrapped in lettuce, these wraps are light and flavorful.
Pro Tip: For extra flavor and texture, top with toasted sesame seeds and green onions before serving.
This will take your lettuce wrap to the next level!
How can anyone resist the crunchy, golden-brown exterior of these pan-fried crispy enoki mushrooms?
The juicy, earthy flavors of the mushrooms are complemented perfectly by the subtle spices, making them irresistible.
With a few simple ingredients and minimal effort, you can create a flavorful and visually appealing dish that will have everyone coming back for more!
Pro Tip: For best results, make sure to not overcrowd the pan while frying the mushrooms.
You want to make sure they have plenty of room to get nice and crispy!
This recipe for spicy Asian roasted portobello mushrooms is the perfect balance of savory, spicy and tangy.
The mushrooms are sliced to create a crispy texture on the outside, yet still remain deliciously tender on the inside.
The sesame oil, white wine vinegar, and red pepper flakes give the mushrooms a unique Asian-inspired flavor, while the Fresno chili adds a nice kick of spice.
The toasted sesame seeds, green onions, and fresh cilantro serve as garnishes that enhance the flavors of the dish.
Pro Tip: For an even crispier texture, marinate the mushrooms in olive oil and seasonings for at least 30 minutes before roasting.
This allows the flavors to penetrate the mushrooms while they cook, creating a delicious, flavorful dish.
Your family and friends will love these Easy Enoki Beef Rolls!
They are packed full of flavor, with juicy marinated beef encased in a crispy, golden wrapper filled with the earthy crunch of enoki mushrooms.
On top of that, the mirin and cooking sake gives the rolls a subtle sweetness, while the sesame oil and soy sauce give them a savory finish.
Pro Tip: To make the perfect Easy Enoki Beef Rolls, it’s important to ensure that the beef is thin and the enoki mushrooms are cut into small pieces.
This will help ensure that the filling is evenly distributed and that the rolls stay together when cooked.
This 30-minute saucy ginger sesame noodle dish with caramelized mushrooms is a delicious and nutritious meal for nights when you crave Chinese but want something a little healthier.
The combination of the sweet and salty flavors, the chewy noodles, the crunchy sesame seeds, and the melt-in-your-mouth mushrooms make the perfect combination.
Pro Tip: To make the most of this dish, be sure to caramelize the mushrooms to bring out their sweetness.
Sauté them until golden brown and fragrant, then set them aside until the noodles are done cooking.
Ah, the tantalizingly flavorful stir fry. The sizzle of the carbon steel wok.
The crunch of the bell peppers, sweet onions, and mushrooms.
The fragrance of ginger and garlic.
The warmth of the dry red chilies.
It all comes together to create this delicious Chicken & Mushroom Stir Fry.
A perfect balance of savory and sweet.
A dish that’s sure to light up your taste buds!
Pro Tip: The key to a successful stir fry is the marinade.
For this recipe, marinate the chicken in cornstarch, sesame oil, sugar, light soy sauce, and baking soda.
This will help keep the chicken moist and flavorful during the cooking process.
Why not bring the delicious flavors of Japan to your dinner table with these vegan teriyaki mushroom bowls?
Cooked to perfection, these savory mushrooms combined with the sweet and salty teriyaki sauce, silky rice, and crunchy broccolini make for an irresistible combination of textures and flavors.
The spicy red chili flakes add a subtle kick to the dish, while the sesame seeds provide an extra crunch and nutty flavor.
Pro Tip: For extra flavor, try adding a tablespoon of freshly grated ginger and garlic to the teriyaki sauce.
This will really bring out the umami flavor of the mushrooms and make your dish even tastier!
For a tantalizingly flavorful and satisfying vegan dish, look no further than Kung Pao Mushrooms.
This dish is an exciting mix of flavors, textures, and aromas that will have you coming back for more.
The creamy peanut butter, salty soy sauce, and smoky pepper heat all come together in perfect harmony.
The crunch of the peanuts, the tenderness of the mushrooms, and the freshness of the bell peppers will make this dish a favorite in no time.
Pro Tip: To ensure that the dish has the right balance of flavors, be sure to taste the sauce and adjust the seasonings to your preference before adding it to the stir-fry.
You can make it spicier by adding more chili peppers, or sweeter by adding more sugar.
This warm mushroom salad with sesame dressing is a flavorful, savory delight that will tantalize your taste buds with complex, earthy flavors.
The combination of the nutty, toasted sesame seeds with the sweet mirin and savory soy sauce creates a wonderful flavor that will add a delicious boost of flavor to any meal.
The Enoki and King oyster mushrooms provide a wonderful texture contrast, while the mizuna adds a sweet, crunchy element that ties the dish together.
Pro Tip: For an even more flavorful dish, marinate the mushrooms in the mirin, soy sauce, sugar, and sake for 15-30 minutes prior to cooking.
This will help enhance the flavor of the mushrooms and take your warm mushroom salad to the next level.
30 Easy Asian Mushroom Recipe Collection
- Ginger Soy Roasted Mushrooms
- Soy Butter Glazed King Oyster Mushrooms
- Enoki Mushrooms with Garlic & Scallion Sauce
- Chinese Braised Mushrooms
- Sesame Garlic Miso Butter Mushrooms
- Stir-Fried Asian Mushroom Recipe
- Mushroom Ramen Noodles
- Bok Choy and Shiitake Mushroom Stir Fry
- Sticky Sesame Shiitakes (Sweet & Savory Sautéed Mushrooms!)
- Chinese Green Beans and Mushroom Stir-Fry
- Marinated Japanese Mushrooms
- Quick Teriyaki Mushrooms
- Vietnamese Braised Tofu & Mushrooms
- Baked Asian Stuffed Mushrooms
- Vegan Mushroom Bulgogi
- Broccoli and Mushroom Stir-Fry
- Braised Tofu & Mushrooms in Black Pepper Sauce
- Mushroom Miso Soup
- Garlic Mushroom Bok Choy
- Mushroom and Scallion Rice Noodles
- Takeout Style Chinese Beef and Mushroom
- Shiitake Mushroom Lettuce Wraps
- Pan-Fried Crispy Enoki Mushrooms
- Spicy Asian Roasted Portobello Mushrooms
- Easy Enoki Beef Rolls
- 30-Minute Saucy Ginger Sesame Noodles with Caramelized Mushrooms
- Chicken & Mushroom Stir Fry
- Vegan Teriyaki Mushroom Bowls
- Kung Pao Mushrooms
- Warm Mushroom Salad with Sesame Dressing
- Pick your favorite recipe from this collection to serve for dinner tonight.
- Prepare all of the required ingredients.
- Cook your meal in 30 minutes or less.