जस्ट मशरूम्स - कोमल तनेजा Just Mushrooms - Hindi book by - Komal Taneja
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कोमल तनेजा

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Just Mushrooms - A Hindi Book - by Komal Taneja

Just Mushrooms

The mush-mush-mushy world of Mushrooms is fairly big enough to create versatile and delightful preparations with healthy and nutritious methods of cooking Mushrooms. Simmers’ food tag is kept intact. Thus, just cook it up with Mushrooms and enjoy the complete range of novel Mushroom recipes like- Mushrooms & Jackfruit Sizzler, Cheesy Mushroom Quesadillas, Mushroom Zero Oil Pao Bhaji, Mushroom-Zucchini Kebabs and more.


The culinary use of the mushroom is of ancient origin. The edible mushroom has been a part and parcel of Southeast Asian cuisine or diet for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians called it the edible fungi and in India they are found in the hilly areas of Himachal , Kashmir and sikkim. The British Raj also cultivated mushroom and it was a delicacy served in western cuisines. The Chinese are ardent lovers of shitake mushroom. The Japanese and Thai also relish mushroom and eat a number of varieties in their cuisines. The Italians also include mushroom in combination with pasta.

We, Indians, call it Dhingri , the white mushroom used in north Indian cooking- mushroom Malai matter, mushroom masala and mushroom Biryani etc. The Nepalese also have great interest in cooking mushroom in their own distinctive style. Now a days mushroom is used extensively and globally all over the world for multi-cuisine preparation because of its high water content no fat, no cholesterol and no sodium composition. The cultivation and consumption of edible mushroom is increasing in today’s world.


The word ‘mushroom’ is derived from (Mousseron) meaning moss. As mango is the fruit of mango tree, similarly mushroom is the fruiting body of a fungus. A typical mushroom consists of a shaft and a cap. The under side of the cap is fitted with gills or lamellae where actual spores are produced.

In a broader sense, mushroom means any visible fungus or fruiting body of any fungus with the mycelium (thread like filaments) usually hidden under the bark of the tree, underground or rotten wood or leaves. Mushroom obtains its food through decomposition. As green plants make food by photosynthesis using sunlight to produce energy and food, the mushroom derives its nutrient from dead organic matter.

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