Luscious and yummy all in one bite! This is a GREAT breakfast. I made the mushrooms up the night before, so breakfast was a slap and a dash. I used the soy sauce and honey...but think it's interesting that this ingredient LOOKS like the way you'd spell KETCHUP if you were being totally phonetic! Hmmm.... Anyway, I think these would be neat to serve at a tea party too, for one of the savories. *ZWT 6 Team "Ya Ya Cookerhood" Ya Yas Rock!*
I'm not even sure why I tried this because how could mushrooms with soy sauce taste good on toast?!? Well, I don't know but they sure did!!! I had large mushrooms so I cut them into 3 pieces. I used the dark soy and honey option and only had white bread. I should have used the optional butter on toast, but that's the only change I would make. FaNtAsTiC! Made for ZWT6. Thanks English_Rose! :)
This is a great appetizer. I used ciabatta baguette. I didn't have ketjap manis and I don't know if I can find it here. I used reduced-sodium soy sauce and the honey. I really liked the taste. Me and DH enjoyed it very much :) Thanks English Rose :) Made for the Zwizzle Chicks of ZWT
A quick savory breakfast. I'd definitely say use real ketjap manis if possible, for a much more involved flavour. I was a little unclear on the instructions, both of using butter at high heat, and the caramelizing. I had quite a bit of liquid from the mushrooms, which either would need to be poured or boiled off before adding the sauce. I used a little of the leftover filling cold for a snack, which had a much saltier taste than when served hot.
I would give this more than 5 stars - Very tasty served as a side dish with herbed scrambled eggs. Lovely Sunday Brunch. I would enjoy this as a light supper on it's own.. I used ketjap manis. This recipe will be made over & over again
Very delicious! Just made enough for one, very easy to put together. I cooked my mushrooms longer than required cus I like them browned before adding the other ingredients. Wonderful flavour!