Product name: Porcini Powder
Naturally dried Wild Porcini – Boletus edulis
Extra white I class, I/II/III class
Packaging from 40gr PP retail bag/50gr PET jar to 10kg box
AVALIABLE AS ORGANIC EC/KRAV IN VARIOUS QAULITIES
Porcini mushrooms (a.k.a. boletus edulis) are large, pale-ish brown, edible mushrooms that grow in the wild. They’re also known by their French name, cepes.
The term "porcini mushroom" actually refers to a few different species. The most sought after is Boletus edulis, or the king bolete. This is the mushroom people refer to when they say porcini.
Fresh porcini can be hard to find in the U.S., but many grocers and gourmet shops will carry the mushroom dried. To reconstitute porcini, soak the dried mushroom in hot water for 20-30 minutes.
Grinding dried porcini mushrooms into a powder is a great way to preserve their flavor and make them easy to use in the kitchen.
Powdered porcini mushrooms are one of favorite secret weapons in the kitchen. It’s an almost instant way to add an incredible depth of earthy flavor to meats, veggies, and just about everything in between.
Today’s article is all technique, no recipe. And honestly? It couldn’t be simpler. All you need is a package of dried porcini and a coffee grinder.
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