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Bolete

Try adding a small amount of dried boletes to recipes callling for white mushrooms to give the dish a richer and deeper flavor.

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Bolete Mushroom

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Boletus
Boletes are among the most common, widespread group of wild mushrooms and differ from other species in that they have a spongy surface of pores rather than gills on the underside of the cap.

Bolete Mushroom Flavor
Dried boletes have a meaty, earthy flavor that is intensified when they are cooked with the rehydrating liquid. Their powerful taste is used to infuse many foods with their umami flavor.

Bolete Mushroom Uses
Soak dried boletes from 15-30 minutes in warm water to cover, then squeeze them dry and reserve the liquid if desired. They make an excellent addition to soups, or as flavoring in salads or meats. You can even add a small amount of dried boletes to recipes using white mushrooms to give the dish a much richer and deeper flavor.

 

Packaging Availability

Dried: Retail Pack

Tills/Weight
8/.5 oz. Dried Blend: Oyster, Shitake, Bolete, Porcini, Black Trumpet
10/.5 oz. Dried Blend: Oyster, Shitake, Bolete, Porcini, Black Trumpet
6/1 oz. Dried Boletes
8/1 oz. Dried Boletes
6/1 oz. Dried Blend: Oyster, Shitake, Bolete, Porcini, Black Trumpet
8/1 oz. Dried Blend: Oyster, Shitake, Bolete, Porcini, Black Trumpet
 

Dried: Bulk

Case Weight
1 lb. Dried Boletes (#2 Porcini – broken pieces)
 
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