Pinoy Garlic Mushroom

Pinoy Garlic Mushroom

Pinoy Garlic Mushroom is another popular appetiser that is liked by most garlic loving Pinoys that frequent Gerry’s or Dencio’s restaurant. Garlic mushroom are served sizzling by these restaurants. This is a very quick and simple vegetarian dish. All that is needed is a lot of minced garlic and butter. For the aromatics a lot of kinchay or Chinese parsley. I would suggest that the button mushrooms used should be fresh. To make the dish just stir fry a lot of garlic and parsley in melted butter, do not brown the garlic just stir fry until fragrant . The mushrooms are then added and stir fry until it renders its own juices. If you are using bottled or canned mushrooms then it is necessary to add some water. If you love sizzling dishes then serve in a hotplate. Here is the recipe of my Pinoy Garlic Mushroom.


250 grams fresh button mushrooms
1 small bundle kinchay, Chinese parsley, minced
2 tbsp. minced garlic
2 tbsp. butter
salt and pepper

Pinoy Garlic Mushroom - Cooking Procedure

Cooking procedure:

In a frying pan melt the butter then add in the garlic and parsley, stir fry until fragrant. add in the mushrooms and continue to stir fry for 5 to 8 minutes or until mushrooms render its own juice. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve immediately or serve in a sizzling plate.

See other vegetarian recipe:
Adobong Bok Choy, Chinese Cabbage Adobo
Adobong Kangkong
Asparagus with Tofu
Adobong Sitaw
Bulanglang Batangas
Guinataang Kabute, Button Mushroom in Coconut Milk
Inihaw na Talong at Okra
Sautéed Broiled Eggplant
Sitaw at Tokwa
Steamed Vegetables, Pinasingaw na Gulay
Tofu with Black Fungus and Bamboo Shoot


Nathan said...

you might be surprised but in Spain they call this "Champignoes al Ajillo" (garlic sauteed mushrooms)

It's almost the same :) some people do it in just extra-virgin olive oil, some use a combination of olive oil and butter, other's just butter, and some slight variations like to eat it with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice :)

iska said...

Been a while since I cooked mushrooms as there was a time we had mushroom overload hehehe. This looks good, my boy will surely like it.

ut-man said...

Hi Nathan, yes I just recently learned. hehehe...

Hi Iska, I think I'm into mushroom overload also lately. :)

ut-man said...

Iska thanks for stopping by!

Marie said...

can i use the can mushroom?

Anonymous said...

wow sarap! R u in NZ? woolworths eh :)

ut-man said...

Hi jazzie,
Hi mate, Australia...

Anonymous said...

everytime we are in Philippines, my husband would eat this in Kenny R.. Now, ill make this for him in our own kitchen.. for sure, he will love it. . thanks for sharing your recipes
- lili

ut-man said...

Hi Lili,
Happy cooking...


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