Feb 16, 2018 ... Morel mushrooms need attentive cleaning to avoid ending up with grit on your plate or a soggy mess. Learn how to correctly clean them before using.
Apr 21, 2009 ... Morels are one of our favorite mushrooms of all time, and they're in season right now.
May 13, 2015 ... Mushrooms, for the most part, make me think of autumn. Except the morel. Like asparagus, peas, ramps, and fiddleheads, morels are a harbinger of spring, and a welcome earthy counterpoint to the fresh, grassy flavors of those other vernal ingredients. Morels are also easy to prepare and cook, as long as ...
Apr 6, 2016 ... 2) Clean With Care: When you're ready to eat your delicious found treasure, clean the morels thoroughly but carefully. If the stem end is dry or woody, slice the edge off with a sharp knife. Smaller morels can be cleaned as is, but you might consider slicing larger mushrooms in half lengthwise.
Directions. To clean morel mushrooms, place mushrooms in a pan or bowl. Cover with water; add a dash of salt. Soak for 10 to 15 minutes. Drain, rinse, and repeat two more times. Pat mushrooms dry. Trim ends of stems, if necessary. Slice mushrooms lengthwise in half, or quarter large mushrooms. Toss with some flour to ...
May 31, 2017 ... You can keep your asparagus, and your peas, and whatever other green spring thing you're excited about right now, as I am pretty much only here for morels: the frilly, tasty little mushroom morsels that appear when the weather starts to warm. Though we're getting towards the end of the season, I'm still ...
Cleaning Morels. Before we begin cooking morel mushrooms they must first be cleaned. If you picked them while mushroom hunting, they'll probably contain pieces of dirt, some bugs, or even a slug or two. There are three main schools of thought behind cleaning morels: Learn how to clean morel ...