Asian-Style Grilled Mushroom Skewers
Soy sauce, garlic, ginger, honey and seasonings make a delicious and easy marinade for Asian-Style Grilled Mushroom Skewers. This vegan kabob side dish can complement just about any meal or serve as an appetizer.
Grilling mushrooms is a great way to add extra flavor to this bland vegetable. To make them easy to grill, I like to thread them onto skewers.
The marinade is so easy and you probably have most of the ingredients already in your kitchen. It can be used as a dipping sauce after cooking the mushrooms. Simply add to a pan and thicken with corn starch.
Mushrooms are like sponges, when you marinate them, they take on so much of the flavor all the way through.
These kabobs can be cooked on your stove top grill pan, or outdoor grill. Perfect to enjoy all year round.
For a complete Asian-inspired meal idea, I love to cook them alongside my Grilled Korean-style Bulgogi Beef Skewers. (below)
Small brown mushrooms are perfect for skewers. They are firm enough to hold up to being skewered and grill up really well. You can also use large portobello mushrooms and cook them right on the grill without the skewer.
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