Porcini mushrooms add a magical touch to risotto, game, and poultry dishes, pasta sauces, and soups. Their rich, woodsy flavor will add depth to your sauces and stews. Combine them with the milder flavor of cultivated mushrooms to enhance any savory dish.
Shiitake mushrooms are grown in Japan, where they are planted on logs of oak and other trees. It is primarily found in recipes for Asian dishes, but try them in Western dishes as well for a different taste
Use Wood Ear Mushrooms to flavor chicken in Asian dishes, or to add texture and visual interest to noodles and stir-fried vegetables.
The oyster mushroom, with both the appearance and a slight flavor of the oyster, may be used in most dishes requiring mushrooms.
Cloud Ear mushrooms are often used in Asian cooking. Use to flavor chicken in Asian dishes, or to add texture and visual interest to noodles and stir-fried vegetables.
The rich, woodsy fragrance of dried wild mushrooms may be used to enhance the flavor of fresh, cultivated mushrooms. Use this mix for variety, texture, and color in any number of dishes
Golden Chanterelles, are shaped like curved trumpets. Sauté them in butter with chopped onions or shallots, garlic, and parsley. They are wonderful with eggs and in sauces.