Chinese mushroom

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Noun1.Chinese mushroom - small tropical and subtropical edible mushroom having a white cap and long stem; an expensive delicacy in China and other Asian countries where it is grown commercially
agaric - a saprophytic fungus of the order Agaricales having an umbrellalike cap with gills on the underside
genus Volvariella, Volvariella - an important genus of mushrooms in the Orient
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Soak the wood ears or Chinese mushrooms in warm water for about 20 minutes until soft.
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The pounds 108 broth requires five days' notice and showcases abalone, dried scallops, sea cucumber, ginseng, corn-fed chicken and Chinese mushrooms.
Add the garlic, ginger, chilli and Chinese mushrooms and stir fry for 1 minute.
For vegetables, they would have pickled mustard greens, dried cole - pak choi boiled then dried in long strings - preserved turnip, which was steamed and served with beef, and they'd always bring dried Chinese mushrooms.
If you've ever cooked with dried Chinese mushrooms, you've used shiitake mushrooms.
The chain, which sold Chinese mushrooms in previous years, said it has not decided whether to carry them this year.
It is an exciting blend of Basmati rice, Chinese mushrooms, white wine and soy sauce.
They were out of fresh bread and only had the wrapped cut loaves and no mushrooms that we would recognise, so Chinese mushrooms it is, and so on and so on .
Fashioned from soy protein, tofu and Chinese mushrooms, they come about as close to a beefy texture as you'd want to get.
Cantonese chicken rice bowl consists of 100% chicken breast pieces flavoured with light and dark soy sauces and oyster sauce, black Chinese mushrooms, water chestnuts and bamboo shoots with egg rice.
The bright vegetables look appetising - although there was little sign of the promised Chinese mushrooms - and the noodles are firm and tasty.

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