Saw Nancy Mommy cooked something similar few days ago, her version was asparagus beef rolls, looked delicious & not so difficult to prepare at all. As I have a big packet of bacons needed to be exposed fast, I used them instead.
After rolling the enokitake and bacon, I fried the rolls til cook & slightly brown. Then decided to experiment more, made 2 different sauces to go with it:
Marmite teriyaki sauce (left) and soya teriyaki sauce (right)
It's very easy to make the sauce, here r the ingredients:
1 tbsp mirin
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp soya sauce / 1 tbsp marmite + 1 tbsp water (to dissolve marmite)
Mix in everything in a pan, once heated, put in bacon rolls to cook for 5 - 10 minutes.
So, here again, Enokitake mushroom bacon rools in 3 ways:
1. shallow fried version
2. with soya teriyaki sauce
3. with marmite teriyaki sauce
Little girl didn't fancy the teriyaki versions, she walloped all the (1). Hubby said the sauce didn't match well with the rolls, as bacon is oledi so flavorful itself, it should go well with pork or beef. As for me, I agreed with hubby, but the sauce is amazing, imagine having salty & sweet together in the mouth, tasted so confusing :) I'll definitely give it another try next time with pork or beef.