A quick saute of dryad saddle mushrooms with ginger, soy, and wild onion or scallion leaves
Keyword: Dryad Saddles
1lbshaved dryad saddles
½tablespoonminced garlic or two medium cloves
Good pinch of crushed red pepper flakes
A few scallionswild onion or ramp leaves, cut into 1 inch pieces
Add the dryad saddles to a large 12 inch skillet such as cast iron along with the water, then heat the pan on high, stirring here and there until the mushrooms are wilted and the pan is nearly dry.
Push the mushrooms to the side of the pan, add the oil, garlic and sweat for a few minutes more. Finally, mix the garlic with the mushrooms, then add the soy, fish sauce if using, and crushed red pepper flakes.
Stir, cook for another minute to let the flavors meld, then add the onion greens, stir and cook just until wilted, and serve.