Appennino Food Dried Porcini Mushrooms

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$24.95 3.5oz (100g)

Appennino Food Dried Porcini Mushrooms 3.5oz (100g)

Appennino Food Dried Porcini Mushrooms are carefully selected and naturally dried to preserve their rich, earthy flavor. With their intense umami taste and deep, nutty aroma, these dried porcini are a culinary treasure waiting to enhance your dishes. 

These culinary jewels are a must-have in any pantry, capturing the robust, earthy essence of fresh porcini mushrooms. Simple to prepare, they spring back to life after just 20 minutes of rehydration, bursting with all the rich, woodsy flavors and aromas you expect from freshly foraged porcini mushrooms.

Whether you're crafting a luxurious risotto, enriching a hearty stew, or garnishing an elegant dish, these Dried Porcini Mushrooms are the secret ingredient that will elevate your dishes.

Ingredients: dried porcini mushrooms (Boletus edulis and allied species).

Weight: 3.5oz (100g)

Product of Italy

Recommended Recipe - Risotto with Porcini Mushrooms

To make the most of this product, we recommend cooking a classic Risotto con Funghi Porcini

Soften the mushrooms in water for 20 minutes. Cut an onion and sauté it in a pan with extra virgin olive oil. Once they are rehydrated, squeeze out the mushrooms and put them in the pan. Let them cook for a few minutes and then pour in the rice. Simmer with white wine until reduced and cook the rice, gradually adding the water used for the mushrooms (remember to save it), followed by the stock. Once cooked, stir in some butter and parmesan.As a substitute for Fresh Mushrooms, dried mushrooms are certainly a good and fast alternative. 

A few tips:

  • Soak the dried mushrooms in warm water for 20 minutes before use. Then rinse them under running water and squeeze them out.
  • Store the remaining liquid for use in cooking.
  • Use 10–15 g of dried mushrooms per serving.

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