Dried Whole Shi-itake Mushrooms

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Dried Shiitake Mushrooms are superb when used in soups and sauce bases. Chop and mix with bread crumbs for a savory stuffing for grilled vegetables. Add shiitake to soups, stir fry dishes, rice dishes and casseroles.

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Product Description

Shiitake is often called a wild mushroom; however it is only found cultivated. The origin of this mushroom is debated. Either the Chinese or the Japanese were first to cultivate shiitake over 1200 years ago. Available fresh in nearly all U. S. markets, there is also a very large demand for the dry form. Dried shiitake caps are dark brown on top, with tan gills underneath. The rim of the dried shiitakes curls down toward the stem. Shiitakes have a meaty flesh and a full bodied, bosky flavor. 

Dried Shiitake Mushrooms are superb when used in soups and sauce bases. Chop and mix with bread crumbs for a savory stuffing for grilled vegetables. Add shiitake to soups, stir fry dishes, rice dishes and casseroles.

To Reconstitute Dried Mushrooms

To reconstitute, blanch in boiling water for 2 – 5 minutes or soak 30 minutes in lukewarm water, wine or consommé. If desired, reserve liquid to add flavor to dishes.

Storage of Dried Mushrooms

Store in a cool, dry place

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Our Shiitake Mushrooms originated from China.

Related Recipes

Hearty Shiitake Mushroom and Miso Soup

Additional Information

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 10 x 8 x 4 in

1 review for Dried Whole Shi-itake Mushrooms

  1. Rated 2 out of 5

    Jake

    Although the chicken braest meat could prove to be a challenge to cook, it is low in fat, packed with proteins and is great for lunch and dinner. It suits those on a diet and those watching their weight very well and that’s not all, it is pretty versatile. Chicken braest meat can be cooked any way you like and as long as it is done correctly, it will be tasty, healthy and best of all, low in fat! About the Author: Lynnette cooks up a storm with her wide array of delicious Asian food recipes and also has a lot of soup recipes too.

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