Shiitake Mushrooms have been used in Asian cooking for centuries. They should be cooked, and like any other mushroom variety, work well in risottos, soups, casseroles, pies or even on toast. Their stronger flavour means a little goes a long way, and they’re are often used in combination with other mushrooms.
Amount Per Serving (100g)
- Energy 78kj (1% DI*)
- Vitamin B2 0.216mg (16.6% DI*)
- Vitamin B3 2.74mg (17.1% DI*)
- Vitamin B5 6.5mg (1% DI*)
- Vitamin B6 0.159mg (12.2% DI*)
- Vitamin B7 6.05µg (20.2% DI*)
- Selenium 1.2 µg (1.7% DI*)
*Based on an average adult diet of 8700 Kj. Your daily intakes may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs. DI = daily intake, which is either the Recommended Daily Intake, or the Estimated Safe and Adequate Daily Dietary Intake.
Ref: USDA Food Data Central 28 Oct 2021