Eating Sulfur shelf
daytonm at efn.org
Thu Oct 31 11:54:52 EST 1996
In <553ik6$ked at alexander.INS.CWRU.Edu> eb309 at cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Brian Wilson) writes:
This from the book "Mushroom Madness":
Schmuck's Jumbo Gumbo
1 cup uncooked short-grain brown rice
2 tbls vegetable oil
1 pound chicken-of-the-woods (sulfur shelf)
1/2 medium head cauliflower or broccoli, chopped
3 carrots, diagonally sliced
1 onion, chopped
3 stalks celery, diagonally sliced
1/2 pound tempeh, thawed and cubed
2 tomatoes, chopped
1/4 small head red cabbage, chopped
1/4 cup chopped almonds or cashews
4 cloves garli, minced
3 tbls tamari or soy sauce
1/4 pound Cheddar cheese, grated.
Bring 2 cups water to a boil and add rice. Cover, lower heat and cook
until done. Heat vegetable oil, then stir-fry mushrooms for 5 minutes.
Add cauliflower (or broccoli), carrots, onion, celery and tempeh, and
continue cooking at a medium-high heat until vegetables are almost
tender. Lower heat and add tomatoes, cabbage, cooked rice, nuts, garlic
and tamari. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 to 5 minutes. Add grated
cheese, cover and reduce heat. Let sit for another 3 to 5 minutes, then
serve. Serves 6.
Tell me how it turns out!
>I'm pretty new to wild mushroom gathering.
>( No, I won't be making any cream-of-amanita soup )
>I recently stumbled across a big, mature sulfur shelf
>perched atop an old stump.
>I've since cleaned it, cut/torn it to bits, sauteed it,
>given it a quick boil in chicken stock(seemed appropriate),
>and frozen it.
>I'm now wondering just what the hell to do with it all.
>Does anybody have any suggestions as to what sort of dish
>would be tasty with sulfur shelf added ?
>I must admit that reading about its resemblance to cooked
>chicken didn't prepare me for how much it REALLY LOOKS like
>chicken. After a brief boil in stock... it now even smells
>Any sulfur shelf recipe ideas would be much appreciated.
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