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I don’t like champions, but my boyfriend likes them, so sometimes I make this dish for him so he cane at some of them. I figured I would share it with you. It’s a slightly salty sauce made with mushrooms, chicken and onion. It’s quite easy to make and doesn’t require many ingredients.
- Mushrooms – 250 gram/ 1 box
- Chicken – 200 gram
- Teriyaki sauce – 2-3 tablespoons
- Onion – 1
- Olive oil
This feeds about 2 people.
- First cut the onion in small pieces. Put in the wok and start baking it until translucent.
- In the meantime slice the chicken in small pieces and once the onion is translucent add to the wok.
- Bake the chicken for about 10 minutes while in the meantime you slice the champions. I usually slice each champion is about 6 pieces.
- Add the champions to the wok and add the teriyaki sauce. Bake for a few minutes.
- You can serve with rice or eat plain.
Ha! Learned something new today. Thanks, Lola! I had to look up what a champignon was since I call them something different (white button mushrooms). This sounds delicious to me. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
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Thanks for catching that, I now changed that to mushroom. I can’t believe I didn’t spotted my mistake until the post went live. Champignon is the dutch word for mushroom :).
I had to look up what Champions were like Sophia did. We call them white button mushrooms over here. I love mushrooms. This sounds pretty good.
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Thanks for catching that, that was a mistake on my part. I changed it to mushrooms now. Champignons is what we call them in dutch. I don’t like mushrooms, but my boyfriend does. I hope it’s a good dish for those who like mushrooms :).
I LOVE mushrooms, they are probably my favourite veggie as I find them filling. And I think they go great with chicken and rice. I like the idea of adding Teriyaki sauce so I’m going to try that next time.
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I sadly don’t like the taste of mushrooms. It does seem like a good combination with chicken and rice and it’s so easy to just add one sauce and have a nice dish.
I really like this recipe because its easy to make, definitely something I’ll be keeping for days when I’m in a rush and need something quick and simple. BTW, what kind of mushroom do you recommend?
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Thanks! I hope you give it a try. I think most types of mushrooms would work for this dish. I use something we call “kastanje champignons”, which translated directly to chestnuts mushrooms. Not sure if that’s correct, they have a brown top and slightly nutty flavor according to the internet. Someone else mentioned white bottom mushrooms, those would work too.