Saturday, July 23, 2011

Rawa Fried Mushrooms

During this rainy season in Goa, we get fresh mushrooms from the forest. Those are the tastiest mushrooms I have ever had. People living in the forest's work at my home and farmhouse, get those mushrooms for us. Sometimes we buy them from the local market.

My mom prepare's a variety of dishes with those mushrooms. My dad being a pure vegetarian loves those mushrooms. He would not dare to eat the button mushrooms available in packets. He just does not like these button mushrooms. But he loves those original forest mushroom's.

On one of my phone calls to Goa, I heard that they cooked those mushrooms from the forest. My mouth started watering. I immediately got a packet of mushrooms and prepared mushroom fry. I just love this dish.




Ingredients:
10 -12 button mushrooms
1 tablespoon turmeric powder
1 tablespoon chilly powder
1/2 tablespoon salt
1 cup rawa /sooji / semolina
1 cup rice flour
1 tablespoon oil




Procedure:

Wash the mushrooms.
Cut them into 2 pieces. If the mushroom if big, then make 4 pieces.
Marinate by applying salt,turmeric and chilly powder for 15 Min's.

For frying:
Mix the rice flour, rawa, pinch of salt, 1/4 tsp each of turmeric powder and chilly powder. Put this on a big plate.

Dip the marinated mushrooms in this rawa. Ensure that it is fully covered with rawa.

Heat the frying pan and spread 1 tablespoon oil. Add more if required.
Place the mushrooms on the pan and fry on low flame.
After 10 minutes turn them to the other side.
Fry them for 20 minutes.
You know they are done when they turn brown.

Note: Always fry mushrooms on low flame and do not cover it while frying.

Serve it as a starter or as a side dish with rice.


This recipe goes to What's On Your Kebab Platter?, an event organised by Khushi of A Girl's Diary.

17 comments:

  1. Delicious, crunchy ~ munchy starter!
    US Masala

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  2. New recipe and sounds delicious. Thx for sharing.

    Vardhini
    Event: Fast food not Fat food

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  3. Crunchy and new recipes....sounds tempting.

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  4. This is a tempting starter!!! I love anything with the word 'rawa fry' and this is no exception!!!! Can we use tinned mushrooms too??
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  5. Raksha these look as good as the wild ones. Seems the wild ones have not reached us as yet. Waiting to make them fried, tonak never tried the chilli fry must try this time around.

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  6. I love fried mushrooms - these look tasty!

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  7. Cruncy and delicious snack...

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  8. I love mushrooms.. have never tried this.. bookmarked.. it will surely taste great with rice and dal

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  9. Loved going thru ur blog n wonderful recipes ...

    Thanks for dropping by my blog n leaving your comments too.

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  10. nice and yummy starter. love this. bookmarked!

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  11. wow, that is a nice recipe, very new and looks mouth watering.

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  12. nice and innovative recipe..never tried mushroom this way..sounds really interesting and delicious!

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  13. Hey dear first time here..u hv a bful blog with stunning pics..hope to hear a word from u too...
    this looks deliciousssssss ..any leftovers pls.?..Yummo..
    Following u
    Sanyukta
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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