Tandoor style Mushroom Kisses or Air fried Stuffed Mushrooms are an unsual and excellent way of giving a brilliant twist to make the mushrooms absolutely delicious to eat. Mushrooms nicely coated with a spicy tandoori marinade which complements well with the combination of boiled potato mash, chopped coriander leaves, green chillies, green peas, salt to taste and dash of lime juice all mixed together goes into as stuffing for the mushrooms is air fried using our modern technology of cooking in rapid air in the Philips Air fryer.
Generally deep frying mushrooms is quite very difficult as it contains a lot of moisture and loses its texture and shape, but by air frying, the stuffed mushrooms are crunchy on the exterior side, soft and juicy inside and has a lovely visual alluring look that one would love to just grab the food to eat. This is one of the best ideal quick starter for parties especially cocktail parties. Large mushroom caps are filled with a blend of spicy and tangy stuffing mix, adding an unique taste on bite.
The outer tandoori masala coating enhances the taste of the mushroom and lends extra flavor. This awesome air fried stuffed mushroom are truly extraordinaire to taste, highly nutritious and a very healthy snack to start the meal. These stuffed mushrooms are excellent, yummy, crispy golden puffed and flaky packages with belly filled of flavorful stuffing making this a very satisfying and refreshing snack that can be served as a starter or appetizer accompanied with a sweet, spicy and tangy sauce.
In India, mushrooms are used widely for cooking a variety of exotic and appetizing dishes that includes mushroom fry, mushroom Manchurian dry, mushroom chammam, mushroom mint pulao & lots more. Few years back, mushroom as vegetable was not very popular at all in Indian cooking but today it is well-liked and popular all over India. These very healthy and brilliant vegan snack that is just beyond satisfaction and enticing to the palate. This is just no guilt whatsoever for indulging in more than one piece.
With the rich flavours from the tandoori marinade and dash of lemon juice coated over mushrooms will surely win over even the non-veggie lovers in the house. Mushroom adds a pleasant meaty flavour and provide dense while potato and green peas mix adds a touch of freshness and the pepperoni adds just a hint of spice and a subtle flavour; the intact texture and crunchiness will highlight the dish making your guests to wonder what the secret ingredient have gone in. Do watch the video and try making them.
Recipe of Air Fried Stuffed Mushrooms:
Mushroom - 8 no
Potato mash - 2 no
Coriander - ½ bunch
Green chillies - 4 no
Green peas - 10 gms
Salt - to taste
Lemon juice - ½ Tsp
Hung curd - ½ cup
Chilly powder - 2 tsp
Chaat masala - ¼ tsp
Kasuri methi - ½ tsp
Garam masala powder - ¼ tsp
Ginger garlic paste - ¼ tsp
Roasted chana powder - 1 tsp
Mushrooms are versatile ingredient available in a huge variety of sizes, shapes and colours. They are added to a variety of exotic dishes from a simple soup to delicious pastas, Manchurian etc which offers pleasant and soothing flavours to make the dish intense and delicious. Mushrooms have been used for thousands of years both as food and for medicinal purposes. Today, button mushrooms are enjoyed for their flavour and texture. The texture of the button mushroom is spongy and bit rubbery.
As the white button mushrooms have high water content, browning them would be a bit difficult. They are very absorbent and clinch seasonings well. With a bit of gentle sautéing or stir frying, you could make tasty and delectable stir-fry mushrooms. Sautéing produces a browned, flavourful outer layer. They can impart their own flavours to food or take on the flavour of other ingredients.
Their flavour normally intensifies during cooking, and their texture holds up well to usual cooking methods, including stir-frying and sautéing. Mushrooms are cholesterol free and the fat and carbohydrate content is just minimal. Mushrooms are rich in protein and contain vitamins such as B, C and D, while a few contain vitamin A. Do try it once and for sure you will keep making it many more times. Watch and enjoy the making this recipe.
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