Looking for an Asian-styled appetizer? Then enjoy these fresh mushrooms cooked in teriyaki sauce with surimi and water chestnuts.
Purchased teriyaki sauce combined with extra garlic is a nice change from a typical marinade for mushrooms.
Surimi is mild whitefish that is cleaned, pressed and tinted to look like crustaceans or shellfish. A centuries-old Japanese tradition, surimi is often prepared using Alaskan pollock.
For Teriyaki Vegetable-Stuffed Mushrooms, omit the surimi and use a few different colors of bell peppers. To keep colors fresh, finely chop the peppers and combine them with water chestnuts just before serving.