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Dried Wild Mushrooms

Dried Truffle

Product Info
Dried black truffle, thinly sliced, for any specialty. Used high technology for dehydration of truffles, ensuring a long shelf life, flavor and retains the form of fresh truffle. Suitable for use in all seasons. This is extremely convenient for our customers, they have dried truffles at any time and in any special case can impress your guests with this exquisite product.
Suggested Use
Cover the mushrooms in boiling water. Cover with plastic wrap to stop heat escaping. Soak for 20 minutes.Slice the mushrooms and add to stir-fries, soups and curries.

dried truffle

Dried Matsutake

Product Info
Matsutake means 'pine mushroom.' Thought to be an aphrodisiac by the Japanese, this tradtional delicacy is a favorite of Japanese chefs, whose preparations are well-suited to its strong, spicy-clean fragrance and taste. Their magnificently spicy aroma, similar to cinnamon, enhances wild mushroom dishes and make great stuffed mushrooms. They are high in protein, low in fat and rich in vitamins B1, B2, and D, and are believed to have many healthful properties.
Suggested Use
Matsutakes are intensely flavored and should be used in limited quantities so as not to overwhelm the dish. Dried matsutakes work well in braised dishes, soups, and stews, but they can also be rehydrated and stir fried or sautéed. In Japan, matsutakles are also used in savory steamed custards known as chawanmushi.

dried matsutake

Dried Morel

Product Info
Morel mushrooms have a honeycombed, hollow, cone-shaped cap from 1 to 3 inches high. They grow naturally in a range of colors from tan to almost-black. Morels are one of the most prized and beloved wild mushroom varieties. People go wild for their buttery-earthy flavor and aroma.Dried morels allow you to enjoy the flavor and beautiful appearance of morel mushrooms year round.
Suggested Use
Once rehydrated/reconstituted, dried morels can be used similarly to fresh morels in all manner of recipes. Morels should always be cooked prior to consumption.Morels work wonderfully in dishes both simple and complicated. Making a delicious mushroom side dish is as easy as sauteing them in butter with a little salt and pepper

dried morel

Dried Chanterelle

Product Info
Chanterelle mushrooms are one of the more widely known wild mushrooms harvested in North America. These firm textured mushrooms are warm yellow to orange in color, with a trumpet-like cap over a spindly stem. Their aroma and flavor is earthy, nutty, and sometimes slightly fruity.Dried chanterelles lose flavor and the texture of the slices becomes rubbery..
Suggested Use
A chef recently suggested that dried chanterelles reconstituted in water overnight retain more flavor if the soaking water is included when they are cooked

dried chanterelle

Dried Boletus Edulis

Product Info
Boletus edulis, commonly known as penny bun, porcino or cep, is a basidiomycete fungus, and the type species of the genus Boletus. Widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere across Europe, Asia, and North America, it does not occur naturally in the Southern Hemisphere, although it has been introduced to southern Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
Suggested Use
Boletus edulis is truly great dried and reconstituted. Drying concentrates the flavor and ameliorates any slight bitterness

dried boletus edulis