It is quite tasty. A bit spicy in a not-hot way on top of the usual umami and mushroom-ness of normal mushrooms. Is it worth the price of sending your child to community college? Only if you're the kind of person who thinks that the difference between a premium bottle of wine and your average bottle is worth $300.
Fried Sangay Shamu
Chop your Sangay Shamu up into bits and add them to any fried dish you're making, such as french fries. Note: This process will destroy the unique flavor of Sangay Shamu. Further note: This will also taste bad.
Sangay Shamu with Peanut Sauce
Make peanut sauce. Then cut up your Sangay Shamu into thin slices and pour the peanut sauce on them.
Sangay Shamu Mu-shu
Make a mu-shu dish. Add strips of Sangay Shamu at some point.
Sangay Shamu Datshi
Boil Sangay Shamu, chilies, garlic paste, and some onions for about 15 minutes, then add cheese. Let simmer for about 5 minutes, then stir. Also works great as the base of the Ngawang Yeshey.