My son loves food which gives cracking sound in his mouth. He will take any food from veggies to fruits. Thanks God he is not too picky. The first time he knew crunchy food was when I introduced him to Kerupuk (crackers). Then I tried to give him some raw veggies like cucumber, carrots, beans, and fruits like guavas, and he was very excited. This morning I bought some mushroom from the nearest market. It was so fresh, beautifully white and so tempting. At first I would make sauteed mushroom for my son’s breakfast but considering he was not likely interested I tried to make crispy mushroom like my friend’s mom had made.
Things that I need:
1/2 kgs of mushroom umbrella
3 spoons of flour
6 spoons of rice powder
garlic powder, pepper, seasoning and salt to taste.
Wash the mushroom under flowing water and dry it by squeezing the water out of it
Let it drier about 2 more minutes. Sprinkle it with salt, garlic powder and pepper. If you want it hot and spicy you can add chili powder.
Put the flour rice powder, onto a wide plate. Put garlic powder, pepper, seasoning and salt to taste. Then mix together.
Apply the flour into the mushroom. When you dry the mushroom it actually does not dry completely. It is slightly damp so the flour will easily attach to it.
Put it aside for about 2 minutes.
Heat oil in a large wok.
Fry the mushroom until it is light brown.
It is ready to serve.
When I gave it to my son to try he said, “yummy … it’s kriuk (crunchy).”