Cooking with Dried Black Trumpet Mushrooms

Wine Forest Dried Black Trumpet Mushrooms

Drying any mushroom will transform its texture and intensify its flavor. Black Trumpets are not only transformed, they're improved upon. Easy to clean, firm and silky in texture and intensely delicious, Wine Forest Dried Black Trumpet Mushrooms are a favorite that you've got to try.

Soaking Time: 5 minutes

To clean the trumpets that grow as hollow tubes, rehydrate, slit down the middle with a fingernail, then do a quick re-soak to release any grit from the inside of the tube.

Rehydrating Dried Mushrooms

Suggested Uses:

• Sauté or roast with olive oil and shallots or onions to serve on their own

• Black trumpets will hold a lovely shape, so once cooked they can be served cold as well as hot. Use these in salads and appetizers

• Cook and purée to make wonderful soups and sauces.

• Sauté with shallots add a spot of cream and toss with pasta


• Dungeness Crab and Black Trumpet Salad

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