How to make it

  • cut off the root part of the enokitake cluster 3/4 inch from the end.
  • Do Not separate the stems
  • cut the bacon strips in half lengthwise
  • divide the enokitake into 12 equal bunches
  • take one bunch then place the middle of the bunch near the edge of one bacon strip, with 1 - 1 1/2 inches of the enokitake protruding at each end
  • carefully roll up the bunch in the bacon. tick in and straying short stems into the bacon sliding the bacon slightly upward at each roll to cover about 1 1/2 inches of the bunch
  • secure the end of the bacon with a toothpick... repeat with each bunch
  • preheat broiler to high
  • place the rolls on an oiled wire rack
  • broil both sides until the bacon is crispy and the enokitake is starting to char...about 10 -13 minutes
  • remove the enokitake rolls and place on a board.
  • using a knife and a fork chop each roll in half in the middle of the bacon belt.
  • arrange the top part if the roll standing straight upright, the bottom part lying down next to it..
  • add a wedge of lemon to each portion and small heaps of white pepper and serve

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    " It was excellent "
    minitindel ate it and said...
    this also sounds really good
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  • lilliancooks 9 years ago
    This sounds so cool! I wish there was a photo, because I'm not sure what its suppose to look like.
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