Fried Enoki Mushrooms are a popular Japanese dish made from Enoki mushrooms that are battered and deep-fried until they are crispy and golden brown. Enoki mushrooms are a type of mushroom with long, thin stems and tiny caps that grow in clusters.
To make Fried Enoki Mushrooms, the mushrooms are first separated into individual strands and then dipped in a batter made from flour, cornstarch, and seasoning. The battered mushrooms are then deep-fried in hot oil until they are crispy and golden brown.
Fried Enoki Mushrooms are typically served as an appetizer or side dish and are often accompanied by a dipping sauce such as soy sauce or ponzu sauce. The crispy texture of the fried batter and the delicate flavor of the Enoki mushrooms make this dish a popular favorite among mushroom lovers and Japanese cuisine enthusiasts alike.