The King Trumpet (also known as french horn or king oyster) may politely remind you not to chew with your mouth open or to eat too fast. It’s unseemly. Sadly, he doesn't seem to realize just how darn scrumptious he is.
The King Trumpet is best addressed with minimal fuss. Reconstitute him in chicken broth and then sauté him up with a sprinkle of minced chives. Perhaps marinate her in honey, mirin, and soy sauce and then toss into a grill basket for a summer meal. A refined stuffing using focaccia, grapes, blue cheese and rosemary would be divine. Remember, it’s all white tablecloth and bone china with this one.
|Ingredients||Dried king trumpet mushrooms.|
|Recommended Applications||King trumpet Mushrooms are the perfect mushroom when a flavor and texture of mushrooms are desired but full slices of mushroom are not. Use in meatballs, meatloaf, or any other force-meats.|
|Dietary||May Contain Naturally Occurring Sulfites|
|Basic Preparation||Rule of thumb, 1 oz. of dry mushrooms reconstitutes to 3-4 oz. of fresh mushrooms. To prepare, start by rinsing the product in cold, running water to remove any debris. To reconstitute, put the desired amount of mushrooms to be used in a bowl, cover with boiling water and then let them soak for 15-20 minutes prior to draining.|
|Qualities||Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve|
|Product Style||Coarse Cut|
|Cuisine||American, Asian, Chinese, European, French|
|Handling / Storage||Store in a cool, dry place.|
|Shelf Life||2 Years|
|Country of Origin||China|
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