Dried Morel Mushrooms, Wild Morchellas
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Morel mushrooms for soups, stews, stocks and more

Dried Morel Mushrooms, A Culinary Treat

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.

Though not absolutely impossible, it is quite rare for Morchella to be grown commercially, which means they are typically only harvested in the springtime when they pop up along forest floors, 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 7 pounds of fresh morels to make 1 pound of dried mushrooms so use appropriately. 

  • These dried morel mushrooms are available in bulk. Contact us to purchase larger quantities than listed. 
  • The stems on these mushrooms are about 2 cm and are not only edible, lacking that woody texture many mushrooms produce, they are absolutely divine in taste and texture. 
  • Organic, wild-harvested morchellas that are dried to preserve for year-round enjoyment. 
  • Buy these wild mushrooms online and you can be sure you are getting an all natural, gluten-free, certified kosher, non-GMO product. 

Morel Mushrooms are excellent in a Madeira sauce, cream sauces, or braised dishes; they are decadent when roasted with asparagus, can be used for enhancing risottos or sautés with garlic and butter. This edible fungus is sure to be a treat when added in any of your favorite recipes or for inspiring other dishes in which it is the featured ingredient! 

Morel mushrooms for soups, stews, stocks and more
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charles s.
United States United States
mushrooms in November?

This is a great item. I was skeptical at first but the taste and ease using them was fantastic. just reconstitute in water, pat dry, slice and saute in butter, then add to rice or on salmon...yum! Charlie in Ohio

kailash k.
United States United States
very good quality

expected faster delivery time after the order.

Louis H.
United States United States
Ummm! Morels

These morels are of good size and have that wonderful Morel fragrance. Just a few minutes soak in warm water they sautee up perfectly. Today I will cook some up and put on top of Game day pizza and watch the Seahawks.

Amy T.
United States United States
great quality

Enjoyed my purchase. Always of great quality and decent pricing.

terry h.
United States United States

All my friends say I paid too much for the mushrooms...but it's me who has these mushrooms to eat at this time of the year and they have to wait until spring. I loved it.

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