mushroom chilli fry recipe

mushroom chilli fry recipe with step by step photos. this recipe of mushroom chilli fry is a goan recipe. not to be confused with the indo chinese chilli mushroom. this is how my mom makes prawn chilli fry and i make the mushroom chilli fry. prawns substituted with mushrooms 🙂

two more goan mushroom recipes on the blog are mushroom caldin and mushroom vindaloo. you can also have a look at this mushroom fry and mushroom pepper fry recipe.

as the same suggest, don’t think that a lot of chillies are used in the dish. just 2-3 chilies are used with onions. so there is a sweetness from the onions and hint of warmth from the chillies and spices.

mushroom chilli fry is easy to prepare and serve. make this dish when you are very tired or busy and you will thank me. mushroom chilli fry goes best with bread, dinner rolls or pav.

i usually serve mushroom chilli fry with homemade brown bread or pav (indian rolls) or white bread. this time served with black sesame masala bread.

mushroom chilli fry recipe can also be served as a starter or can be had as a side dish. sometimes i make the chilli fry accompanied with some dal as a side dish. but most times as a main dish served with bread. you can also serve mushroom chilli fry with chapatis or naan.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

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mushroom chilli fry recipe

mushroom chilli fry recipe - a delectable mushroom recipe from goa. mushrooms sauted with soft succulent onions with a hint of warmth from the chilies and spices.
course main course
cuisine goan, indian
prep time 10 minutes
cook time 20 minutes
total time 30 minutes
servings 2 to 3
calories per serving 195 kcal
author dassana amit

ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)

  • 200 to 250 grams button mushrooms
  • 1 large onion OR 2 medium sized onions
  • 2 to 3 green chilies
  • ½ teaspoon cumin powder (jeera powder)
  • ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder (haldi)
  • ¼ teaspoon black pepper powder (kali mirch powder)
  • 1 pinch red chili powder (lal mirch powder) - optional
  • 1 to 2 pinch garam masala powder
  • 2 tablespoon oil
  • 1 or 2 tablespoon coriander leaves (dhania patta)
  • salt as required

how to make recipe?

preparation for mushroom chilli fry recipe:

  1. rinse and chop the mushrooms.
  2. slice the onions thinly. 

  3. slit the green chilies.

making mushroom chilli fry recipe:

  1. heat oil in a pan or kadai (wok).

  2. add the onions and saute till they begin to get light golden.

  3. this process of cooking onions take a lot of time. so to quicken this process, add a pinch of salt to the onions. this helps the onions to cook faster.

  4. the onions should have softness in them. so when you see them beginning to get light golden, proceed to the next step. don't make the onions crisp or browned.

  5. add the green chilies and saute for half a minute.
  6. now add the chopped mushroom and stir.
  7. add all the spice powders including salt if required.

  8. saute the mushrooms till they shrink in size and leave water.
  9. continue to cook till all the water has evaporated and you can see oil in the mixture.
  10. saute till the mushrooms turn a light golden.
  11. add coriander leaves and cook mushroom chilli fry for a minute.

  12. switch off the fire and serve the goan mushroom chilly fry with some pav, bread or rolls.


how to make mushroom chilli fry recipe:

1. rinse 200 to 250 grams button mushrooms couple of times in water and then drain well.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

2. chop the mushrooms and keep aside.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

3. slice the onions thinly. slit the green chilies (hari mirch). also measure and keep all the ingredients ready for making mushroom chilli fry.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

4. heat 2 tablespoon oil in a pan or kadai (wok). add the sliced onions.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

5. this process of cooking onions take a lot of time. so to quicken this process, add a pinch of salt to the onions. this helps the onions to cook faster.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

6. saute the sliced onions till they begin to get light golden.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

7. the onions should have softness in them. so when you see them beginning to get light golden, proceed to the next step. don’t make the onions crisp or browned.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

8. now add the 2 to 3 slit green chilies.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

9. saute for half a minute.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

10. now add the chopped mushrooms and stir.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

11. add ½ teaspoon cumin powder (jeera powder), ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder (haldi), ¼ teaspoon black pepper powder (kali mirch powder), 1 pinch red chili powder and 1 to 2 pinch garam masala powder. also add salt as required. just remember we have added salt while frying the onions so add salt accordingly.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

12. mix the spices very well with the mushrooms. saute the mushrooms on a low to medium flame. the mushroom will shrink in size and leave water.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

13. continue to cook till all the water has evaporated and you can see oil in the mixture.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

14. saute till the mushrooms turn light golden from the edges. then add 1 to 2 tablespoon chopped coriander leaves (dhania patta).

mushroom chilli fry recipe

15. cook and stir the mushroom chilli fry for a minute.

mushroom chilli fry recipe

16. switch off the fire and serve the goan mushroom chilly fry with some pav, bread or rolls. you can also serve mushroom chilli fry with chapatis or butter naan or garlic naan or plain paratha.

mushroom chilli fry recipe




49 thoughts on “mushroom chilli fry recipe, how to make goan mushroom chilli fry”

  1. Thanks for the mushroom chilly receipe cameout very well.usually I check every web site but finally end here, tried almost all receipe.

  2. It is a great recipe and very easy to cook. I loved it…yum. Have bookmarked it and will definitely be a regular at my home. Looking forward to trying some more recipes from ur site. Thanks?

  3. Awesome and very tasty recipe.. ? Tried both with oyster and button mushroom..I loved oyster mushroom chilly more although both tasted superb..❤️

  4. today, I tried it.. it came out very well and so delicious.. my kid and hubby liked it very much ???? thanks for the yummy recipe..

  5. I have fresh oyster mushroom. Can I make this recipe with oyester mushroom. Nobody in my home eats mushroom. Does it taste like paneer?

    1. yes you can make with oyster mushrooms. i have not tasted fresh oyster mushrooms but have tasted the dried ones. their taste is different and not like paneer.

  6. This was truly yummilicious….:-) Added spring onion greens when mushrooms were half cooked… It gave a nice taste and freshness….

  7. Such a simple and lovely recipe! Made mushrooms for the first time and it turned out great! Thanks Dassana! 🙂

  8. Hi,
    I keep checking various websites for recipes and yours is one of the best. I never tried cooking mushroom before this is my first attempt and have to say one of the best. Thanks for this wonderful recipe

  9. Hi dassana, this dish is going to be a regular in my kitchen. I am the only one who eats mushrooms in my home, and I was looking for something easy so that I’m still left with energy to cook something else for others. this recipe suits perfect my need and tasted so good with rice.

  10. Hello Dassana

    Just loved the Mushroom Chilly. It was wiped clean in minutes. Flavour with a kick. Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe.

    Regards
    Sonika

  11. Hey Dassana,
    I tried the Mushroom chilli, it came out really well….simple recipe and yummy. I also added capsicum and it tasted good too. Thanks a lot for this recipe.
    I also tried mixing d recipe with the rice as well, it came well too….Guys u shld try this recipe 🙂 5 stars to you mate.

  12. Super awesome for a quick weeknight dinner. Added about 2 tablespoons of buttermilk towards the end of the cooking time and served it with garlic rolls. Yummy!

  13. Goan mushroom chilli fry is really good. I love mushrooms. In the monsoon season usually we will get a lot of natural mushrooms from our backyard and paddy field. It taste great. We make mushroom fry, mushroom thoran, mushroom curry extc.., what a delicious food it is!!?.

  14. Great recipe! I’m a big mushroom fan and have been looking for Indian recipes as generally mushrooms taste great in stir-fries and western dishes but generally lose their innate flavor when they are over-cooked. I wonder how this would taste with other varieties of mushrooms.

    1. same here. we are also mushroom fans. though the only variety of mushroom i have tried besides button mushrooms are oyster mushrooms. yet i think, this recipe would go well with other varieties of mushrooms too. with experience one can easily cook mushrooms in the right way without over doing them.

        1. shashi, we get dried oyster mushrooms and in my home no body is fond of it. we don’t get fresh oyster mushrooms so i have never tried them. we prefer button mushrooms.

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