Dried Morel Mushrooms, Wild Morchellas

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Buy morel mushrooms online, a savory treat for your taste buds

Often described as an earthy flavor adored by mushroom hunters worldwide, finding morels can prove to be difficult for some. Morel season is short and finding high quality true morels when out of season is even harder. We are here to help so you can cook with morels any time of the year.

Ask any morel mushroom hunting expert and they will tell you

Morel mushrooms, also known as Morchella mushrooms, sponge mushrooms, or pinecone mushrooms, are a rare culinary jewel. The Morel mushroom is one of the most sought-after and prized gourmet mushrooms in the world.

If you are lucky enough to find fresh morels mushroom simply rinse with cold water, pat dry and they are to be cooked. Sauté with a little garlic, shallots, white wine and finish with butter. Yum!

To use morels when dried, simply rehydrated and repeat steps as described. Not sure how to rehydrate your mushrooms? Read this article for help

Shop morel mushrooms that are forged and wild harvested

Though not absolutely impossible, it is quite rare for Morchella to be grown commercially. Cultivated morels are most found in China. Typically wild morels are harvested in the springtime when they pop up along forest floors, dying trees, river banks, and occasionally disturbed flower beds. They are especially abundant in forested areas that have been recently burned by forest fires. 

Though they are only found during spring and early summer months, they can be dried to preserve flavor and enjoyed year-round. While many mushrooms do not hold their natural consistency, when rehydrated, dried morel mushrooms that have been stored properly stay relatively true to form.

You can buy wild mushrooms online to enjoy throughout the year in broths, and braises. They are also decadent when sautéed, fried, stuffed, or baked. 

Try this Vanilla Scented Morel Mushroom Mole, for a unique recipe that will impress a crowd.

What makes our dried morel mushrooms so spectacular?

These whole, dried morel mushrooms are easily reconstituted and spring back to their original form in just 15-30 minutes. Dehydrated morels make it possible for you to enjoy this culinary delight year-round.


It takes roughly seven pounds of fresh morels to make one pound of dried mushrooms so use appropriately. 

About our dried morel mushrooms

  • These dried morel mushrooms are available in bulk. Contact us to purchase larger quantities than listed. 
  • stems are 2 cm in length and caps are 3-6 cm. There will be variation in overall size since these are a wild product 
  • Organic, wild-harvested morchellas that are dried to preserve for year-round enjoyment. Please store properly to prevent pest that love fungus
  • Buy these wild mushrooms online and you can be sure you are getting an all natural, gluten-free, certified kosher, non-GMO product. 

Uses for morel mushrooms:

Morel Mushrooms can be used in high heat cooking, Madeira sauce, cream sauces, or braised dishes. They are decadent when roasted with asparagus, and can be used for enhancing risottos or sautés with garlic and butter. Sea bass, Asparagus and a morel mushroom butter sauce is a classic but easily executed dish a cook of any skill level can accomplish.


Still looking for idea for using your dried morels? Check out this asparagus and mushroom quiche video. Looking for other unique mushrooms for cooking? Try our these spectacular black trumpet mushrooms   often considered the poor mans black truffle, they are bursting with flavor. 

 

 


Frequently Asked Questions

Morel mushrooms are expensive because they aren’t farmed like most mushrooms you buy in a grocery store. They are farmed on a very large scale in China and gathered in the wild by a person who is well equipped to pick them. Morel mushrooms also have a very short season as they are grown in the spring and early summer. Once picked, they don’t last long. It’s important to know the difference between a real vs. false picked morel mushroom as true morel mushrooms can be easily misrepresented. If you cut a morel mushroom in half, a true morel mushroom will be hollow. A true morel mushroom also has a pitted or honeycomb type cap.
Research shows that morel mushrooms have various health benefits and are good for you. They are a wonderful source of Vitamin D and help contribute to a healthy heart because they contain a high source of potassium, vitamins and copper.
To clean morel mushrooms, start by putting the mushrooms in a paper bag or colander. Then, shake the bag vigorously to get off as much dirt as possible. Be careful not to break apart or bruise the mushrooms while doing this. Next, place the mushrooms in a bowl of cold water and swish the morels around until you don’t see any more dirt coming off. Finally, place the wet mushrooms on a layer of paper towels and quickly pat the mushrooms dry until the water in the holes drain out.
Morel mushrooms are hard to grow because they don’t grow indoors like other mushrooms, giving you less control over the conditions. Morel mushrooms need sunlight, loamy soil and consistent moisture and cool temperatures. Spring is the typical growing season for morels, as it is mild and wet.
Morel mushrooms grow in the spring and early summer. The ideal growing condition for morel mushrooms is an environment where the ground temperature is in the low to mid 50s. That’s why they grow best in rainy climates with daytime temperatures in the 60s and nighttime temperatures in the 40s.
Mushrooms are grown in the forest or in the ground around oak, elm, ash and aspen trees. Morel Mushrooms are mostly found in China but can also be found in North America, Turkey, the Himalayas, India, and Pakistan.
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JL
05/23/2022
Jimmie L.
United States

Love my morel mushrooms

Outstanding. Had one purchase that I thought was subpar, turned out to be alright!I will continue to purchase from Slofoodgroup Team!

PJ
05/17/2022
PETER J.
United States United States

Morrells

Good Quality but about 25% overpriced for that quality

JM
05/16/2022
Jeffrey M.
United States United States

Perfect, just what I ordered

High quality morels.

MB
05/01/2022
Marcia B.
United States United States

made my dinner party a smash hit !

They were of lovely quality - not broken up, half were large, half medium size. Also they were very clean, not dirty or dusty. I immediately bought more !

JL
04/19/2022
Jimmie L.
United States United States

Morel mushrooms

I quite like the morel mushrooms, will purchase more when this spring’s harvest becomes available. By the way, the morel mushrooms are GREAT!

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