This taste like grilled/smoked mushrooms!!! Not sure measurements on dressing/marinade, just do it to taste! Serve with my Mango coconut sauce for a delicious tropical flavor.

Recipe Directions

Mix all ingredients together except for mushrooms and onion. Then pour marinade over mushrooms and chopped onion and let marinate for a couple of hours (or eat right away) This can be done with whole portobellos too and put in the dehydrator for a real «roasted» treat!

Adensspell's Thoughts

This taste like grilled/smoked mushrooms!!! Not sure measurements on dressing/marinade, just do it to taste! Serve with my Mango coconut sauce for a delicious tropical flavor.

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I made this for my mom's birthday and she loved them! I used portabelos and braggs and served them with creamy basil fetuchini from this site. It was delicious!

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OOh yum, just made this with braggs instead of nama shoyu and it does have a smoky flavour, I must admit i was skeptical but it really does and it tastes great. Will have to make this one for my Mother who loves smoked fish (and mushrooms thankfully) =).

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omshanit, "fungus and spice", lol. Nice way of putting it. I only have 3 more mushrooms left in the fridge!!! Nice way of using them up lol.

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fungus and spice!!! my fav!! may whip this up tonight! sounds great ill try with the miso since im out of shoyu

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Ahhhh ... miso! I can get that I my regular market. Awesome! Thanks for the suggestions. :)

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oh yeah! totally forgot, miso would be a good substitute.

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I think a little miso might work or Bragg's if you use them.

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I recommend using salt and a little lemon instead of the Nama Shoyu. Or just salt. That's primarily the flavor that Nama Shoyu gives.

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Well...I have heard of many people looking for substitutes...I fortunately have a store real close so I have never had to look for one. I imagine you could use just salt, it would change the flavor a bit but yeah...other than that there really isn't anything I know of that taste like it. Do you maybe have an Asian market near you? At any rate, try it with just salt, I'm sure it will still be good!

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This sounds sooooo good. I love anything curry. I have a question though: I've seen nama shoyu as an ingredient in lots of recipes, is there something I could use as a substitute? My nearest specialty store is about an hour away & I've never found it in any of my local markets. Anyways ... it sounds delish! Thanks for sharing. :)

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