Frozen Chanterelle Mushrooms
Pacific Northwest, USA
Frozen mushrooms may thaw in transit.
Chanterelle mushrooms are one of the most sought-after of the wild mushrooms harvested in North America. They are a warm yellow to orange in color, with a trumpet-like cap over a sometimes spindly stem. Their aroma is both earthy and fruity, often described as apricot-like, and they have an earthy flavor.
Freezing chanterelles better preserves their flavor and texture than drying (which can make them woody and only suitable for powdered or pureed applications), allowing you to enjoy them year round in a form almost as good as fresh.
RECIPES & TIPS
Frozen chanterelles can be thawed and cooked as you would fresh chanterelles. Golden chanterelles' firm, chewy texture holds up well when simply sautéed with butter and herbs or added to soups, stews, nutty grain dishes, and fowl and game dishes.
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