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Hello! My name is Izumi Shoji.I am a vegetarian living in Tokyo.
My first English book will be out soon,so I started this blog in English.
Though I'm not good at English,I will update this blog once aweek.Please come and enjoy!
Click here to read my Japanese blog which everyday I update showing recipes of my original cuisines of vegetables.)

Jan 28, 2011

Shiitake Mushroom burger

Hello! My name is Izumi Shoji.I am a vegetarian living in Tokyo.
My first English book will be out soon,so I started this blog in English.
Though I'm not good at English,I will update this blog once aweek.Please come and enjoy!
Click here to read my Japanese blog which everyday I update showing recipes of my original cuisines of vegetables.)


Well,today's cooking is a Shiitake Mushroom burger. Shiitake Mushrooms are used instead of meat.


ingredients for 1 person


3large fresh shitake mashuroom(3oz/100g)
1tsp soy sauce
1 1/3 Tbsp flour
1tsp olive oil









Chop the Shitake Mushrooms.














Put Add soy sauce and mix.


















Put Add flour  and mix.




















Make the shape of a hamburger.
Heat olive oil and cook the hanburger.


















Now ready! Please eat with mustard sauce.






See you next week!

8 comments:

  1. Congratulation to your new challenge!
    I am a reader of your blog in Japanese over one year, living in Los Angeles.
    In California, there are many vegetarians who are very health conscious.
    I am sure they love and enjoy your recipe.
    I will share it to my friends!

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  2. Congratulations!
    You invent a new recipe every day and now you try it in English!? You are such a hard worker.
    I like Shitake! Mashrooms are not cheap in Brazil, but I will try this recipe. Thank you.

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  3. izumisan
    Congratulations!
    I've been thinking that you need an english blog
    since your english recipe book will be out.
    I hope you enjoy and let's study english together!
    My appetite is recovering slowly. (In fact, I contracted
    norovirus) Thank you for your consideration.

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  4. Congratulations on the launch of your English blog!

    I've been interested in learning more about vegetarian Japanese cuisine for a while, and this is exactly what needs to be spread to the non-Japanese speaking audience. This is fantastic, Izumi-san!!

    Looking forward to seeing more of your creations. I will definitely spread the good word.

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  5. Ms dreamexpress,Ms M,Ms ellen,Ms J,Thank you for your comments.I'm not good at English, sorry for the short answer.I am encouraged by word of you. Thank you very much!

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  6. How can I get in touch with you as I love your work and love to have you in our magazine www.freshvegan.eu or e-mail jacqui@freshvegan.eu asap

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  7. I just made this! It was very easy and very delicious! Thank you for posting it!

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