Eclectic juiciness of leftover noodles recipe and Enoki mushrooms

These types of recipes will introduce you to how my mind works… OR the determination to use up every last food ingredient. Like me, you may want to be resourceful and eat up all those leftovers instead of having them go to waste. I had enoki mushrooms and leftover noodles that had been sitting around the house for quite a long time. The noodles have been sitting since last winter of 2021 and the Enoki Mushrooms were about to spoil. So, it makes perfect sense for this delicious leftover noodles recipe. Another high protein meals vegetarian with a seasoned tofu recipe. In this article, we will share enoki mushrooms benefits. Best part is, you will have an idea of how-to healthy enoki mushroom recipe. 

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One-pot meal (mushrooms, noodles, veggies & tofu).
Shinny delicious panty raid

Pantry Raid- another old wives tale to experience

Prior to finding out the widely accepted name for this, I’d refer to it as kitchen sink noodles. The idea to call it Kitchen sink is valid in that Kitchen sink recipes are a thing, except the phrase implies it is a cookie and not eclectic juiciness of leftover noodles recipe which features enoki mushrooms. They’re called kitchen sink cookies because they have “everything but the kitchen sink” in them! Ocean knows a parent will use up all the goodies they have at home to create edible deliciousness for their loved ones.

Prior to finding out the widely accepted name for this, I’d refer to it as kitchen sink noodles. The idea to call it Kitchen sink is valid in that Kitchen sink recipes are a thing, except the phrase implies it is a cookie and not eclectic juiciness of leftover noodles recipe which features enoki mushrooms.
Raid your pantry and fix something delicious

Across the pond, near ye merry ole London area, they call it hotchpotch or Hosh Posh according to the urban dictionary. Basically, a hotch-potch is an untidy mixture of different types of things, according to Collins Dictionary. I guess Webster is busy aye? We call it pantry raid meals or leftover meals on the American side. Both phrases summarize my sentiment exactly. I had a bunch of almost empty spices, almost empty bottled sauce that I couldn’t throw out, and a nice portion of frozen vegetables. 


Naturally, I added them all up to make the juiciness of leftover noodles recipe and healthy enoki mushrooms recipe. See? We are all saying the same thing essentially just with different colloquialism. Our mothers passed this skill to us naturally, to mix a bunch of misfits, and wham! Delicious healthy food. Oh and what do you know, it is a high protein meal that is vegetarian with great enoki mushrooms benefits. You can make it vegan if you leave out the Asian sauce.

Healthy enoki mushroom recipe

For those who do not know of it and haven’t tasted it, it looks very pretty. The mushrooms are tall and skinny and have white tiny caps. As for the taste, it is very crunchy and in true mushroom fashion, it soaks up the flavor of any spice you add to it. Some people think it has an alien appearance and taste. This leftover noodles recipe is one of the best fast food-type meals you will love to taste. Find more easy plant-based fast food meals ideas here.

Video Guide

You can predetermine the desired texture of your healthy Enoki mushrooms recipe with how long you cook it. A very short sautéing time, just under two minutes, gives you a crunchy plateful. Cook it a bit longer and you have a more chewy dish. This is one of your easy-to-hack high protein meals vegetarian to prepare at home. I perfectly spiced mine with peppercorns, noodles and by using a seasoned tofu recipe.

Enoki Mushrooms Benefits

Enoki mushrooms are very nutritious, a great source of fiber, useful anti-inflammatories, and anti-oxidants. This is to say that adding enoki mushrooms to your seasoned tofu recipe will go a long way to boost your overall good health, therefore, strengthening your immunity.

Enoki mushrooms are very nutritious, a great source of fiber, useful anti-inflammatories, and anti-oxidants.

Best of all, these nutritious fungi benefit your mood and promote intellectual development. Experts contend that mushrooms help the body relieve stress and anxiety. As such, a healthy enoki mushroom recipe helps condition the intelligence of children, prolong life longevity of the aged, and boost memory of adults. They’ve also been associated with numerous health benefits such as the cure for liver infections. In fact, scientific studies are ongoing into the plausible abilities of enoki mushrooms to cure certain types of cancer. These mushrooms compare well with Shiitake mushrooms I used to create honey mustard pasta salad with tofu

We show you how to take mix matchy foods from your pantry and make them jive to be edible. we mixed mushrooms, noodles and other goodies to create yummy pantry raid.
Crisp clear pot of mix match goodness

Bottom-line

When it comes to making quick comforting meals, pantry staples are your friend. We also hope we’ve debugged the common myth that protein needs are difficult to meet on a vegetarian diet, with our seasoned tofu recipe. You can adjust the leftover noodles recipe to work with any noodles, veggies, or protein of your choice. If you enjoy mushrooms, try out our creamy stuffed mushrooms recipe to delight your palate.

So, grab your leftovers and make a heaping plate of delicious goodness.

“It’s not leftovers that are wasteful, but those who either don’t know what to do with them or can’t be bothered” – Julian Baggini

Let us know how it turned out for you! Remember to leave a comment below.

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Delicious Pantry Raid Recipe

Yield: 1.5
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

The noodles have been sitting since last winter and the Enoki Mushrooms were about to spoil so it makes perfect sense for a pantry raid recipe. Easy, delicious, and comforting leftover noodles recipe.

Ingredients

  • Whatever leftover you have in your cabinet or refrigerator

These are the leftovers I used in this Pantry Raid

  • Szechuan peppercorn
  • Asian sauce
  • Some TBSP Hoisin Sauce
  • Some soy sauce
  • Some cooking wine
  • Leftover Noodles
  • Oil
  • Some minced garlic
  • Some onions
  • Leftover mix veges
  • Forgotten Enoki mushrooms
  • Leftover Shitake mushrooms
  • ¼ leftover Tofu

Instructions

    1. To make this juicy leftover noodles recipe, begin with boiling water for cooking the noodles. Choose an extra deep pot because it ensures the noodles are fully submerged.
    2. Add water to the cooking pot and bring it to a boil.
    3. As you wait for the water to boil, prepare your seasoning to spice up this healthy enoki mushroom recipe. In a bowl, add some Szechuan peppercorn, Asian sauce, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, and cooking wine. Stir to combine.
    4. When the water is ready, add noodles to the boiling water, and cook for 4 minutes. Stir occasionally to prevent the noodles from sticking together. To prevent the noodles from getting mushy, ensure the water gets to a complete boil before adding the noodles.
    5. After the noodles are done, take the pot off the heat, and drain. Add to a colander and rinse with cold water stirring occasionally. Set it aside for later use.
    6. To stir fry our seasoned tofu recipe, heat a large non-stick pan over medium-high heat. Sprinkle oil and add minced garlic, ginger paste, onion, and leftover frozen mixed veggies. Cook stirring often until the veggies are tender with an alluring fragrant, about 6-7 minutes.
    7. Reduce the heat to a medium and add Enoki mushrooms and leftover shiitake mushrooms. Gently stir to combine as it cooks until the mushroom wilt, for about a minute.
    8. For a great high-protein meals vegetarian, add ¼ leftover tofu and the cooked noodles. Mix thoroughly ensuring everything settles in nicely.
    9. To spice up the juiciness and flavor of our leftover noodles recipe, add the mixture of Szechuan peppercorn, Asian sauce, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, and cooking wine. Stir to soak it in completely. Finish and remove off heat.
    10. Serve and enjoy a heaping plate of this delicious goodness as your body enjoys enoki mushrooms benefits!

Notes

  • As a baseline, cook the noodles according to the cooking instructions on the package
  • Add veggies, protein, and seasoning of choice for a tasty healthy enoki mushroom recipe that suits your appetite.
  • You can make it vegan if you leave out the Asian sauce.

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