Have you ever been to a beach on the East Coast in April? Maybe after it’s been raining? The air has that smell of sand, water, a bit of musk, and a certain greenness from all the wild grasses suddenly booming out of the ground? That’s the flavor of dried Button mushrooms. Natural. Nearly ethereal.
The broth? Sweet, dainty, twee, but with hints of earth. It is a broth that should always be saved. Cook it to boil udon noodles, and then serve the noodles cold with the mushrooms (lightly sautéed in sesame oil), and some chopped scallion and paper-thin slices of your favorite green chile. You will find no better summer solace.
|Ingredients||Dried white button (Champignon) mushrooms.|
|Recommended Applications||Upon reconstitution, Dried Button Mushrooms can be used and perform just like Fresh Button Mushrooms. Great for stir-fry recipes, stews, sauces, gravy, cream soups, casseroles, or pasta.|
|Dietary||May Contain Naturally Occurring Sulfites|
|Basic Preparation||One ounce of dry mushroom reconstitutes into 3-4 ounces of fresh mushrooms. To do so, take the needed amount and place into a bowl of boiling water. Allow the mushrooms to soak for 7-8 minutes, occasionally stirring.|
|Qualities||All Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO|
|Cuisine||Asian, Chinese, European, French|
|Handling / Storage||Store in a cool, dry place.|
|Shelf Life||2 Years|
|Country of Origin||China|
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