Home cooks will love getting into hot water with these mushrooms.
When you have dried porcini mushrooms on hand, your “cook from the pantry” meals will be a little more inspired. Plain rice tells you it wants to be risotto. Pastas make a detour away from red sauce in favor of simple olive oil, garlic and these mushrooms. Broths, bean dishes, stir-fries, soups: all made more savory and complex by these mushrooms. Add them for flavor and texture in savory porridges. In the time it takes to make and drink your first cup of coffee, you can hydrate the mushrooms for the omelets.
- Organic and vegan certified dried porcini mushrooms
- Lukas Skarits brought his love of Italian cuisine back to his hometown of Vienna when he founded Risottomio, a purveyor of highest quality ingredients both risotto and the rice puddings that are part of traditional Austrian cuisine.
- To use: soak mushrooms in hot water for at least 15 minutes. Press liquid from the mushrooms before using. Save the water to use in broths or risotto cooking liquid. Or add the dried mushrooms to roasts.
- 2.1 ounces