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Fresh Dark "Natural" Morel Mushrooms - per lb

Item #: MFM301
Our Price: $59.95
 

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SUPPLIES LIMITED - SHIPPING AS AVAILABLE* (see details below)

 

These are the morel mushrooms that many  morel lovers know best. Dark "natural" morels have a deeper, more intense morel flavor than blonde morels and are preferred by many morel lovers.
 
The beloved morel mushroom is also known by many names around the world, such as Morille, Morchel, Spugnola gialla, Smardz jadalny.The wild morel mushroom fruits in early spring. Warm gentle rains encourage their growth, but hot, dry weather inhibits it. Unusually dry spring weather or an early heat wave will result in small crops and high prices.The morel's taste makes it the most sought after wild mushroom after the truffle.

 

* An important note regarding availability:

 

Fresh morels are a wild-harvested mushroom of limited availability and the demand is high.  While we always do our best to accommodate your delivery requests, please be prepared for possible delays. If you need your morels by a specific date, please give us a call Monday - Friday at (855) 328-8732.


Please remember:

 

We can't hurry Mother Nature! Supplies of wild-harvested morel mushrooms are frequently limited.

 

While we'll do our best to honor requested delivery dates, as always, morels are available on a first come, first serve basis and orders are fulfilled in the order in which they were received.

 

Recipes

Morel 'Poppers'
Practically everyone has heard of 'poppers' - tasty little cheese-filled peppers that can pack a wallop of heat. It's a fact - they make great party food or appetizers and are as addictive as potato chips.

Since fresh morel mushrooms are in season, we thought, "Why not try a little variation on on the "popper" theme using morels?"

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Freezing Fresh Morel Mushrooms
Honorable Mention, Earthy Delights 2009 Morel Recipe Contest

"This has been handed down through my Missouri and Arkansas relatives for ages. It is the only way I know to preserve morels for any significant period of time."
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Beef Tenderloins Stuffed with Morels and Ramps
This is not a difficult dish to prepare, and it sure to bring the house down. The brandy adds a delicious undertone to the rich,earthy flavors of morels and ramps. Make plenty of the sauce, you just can't get enough!
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Fettuccine with Morels and Sage Cream
A simple to make yet delicious and elegant pasta with Morels and fresh sage. It's gourmet rustic.

This recipe is adapted from one in the February 1999 issue of Bon Appetit.
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Fiddlehead, Wild Mushroom and Ramp Frittata
A stylish and delicious way to use our "Spring Trio", fresh wild mushrooms, fiddlehead ferns and ramps (wild leeks). The flavors all co-mingle into a dance of Spring. An easy to prepare frittata that is elegant and flavorful!
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Bacon-Wrapped Tenderloin with Mushroom Risotto
Remember to allow at least 40 to 50 minutes for the risotto to cook. Charlie Trotter suggests partially cooking the risotto earlier in the day, using only three-quarters of the mushroom stock. Refrigerate it in the pan, then just prior to serving, return the pan to the heat. Add the remaining mushroom stock in ¼ cup additions and continue with the recipe as directed. This recipe is from Charlie Trotter's book "Charlie Trotter Cooks at Home" published by the Ten Speed Press.
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Pork Loin with Morel and Ramp Stuffing
The morel-ramp stuffing is an intriguing departure from a regular bread stuffing. The stuffing makes an attractive design in the sliced pork. If fresh morels and ramps are out of season, using dried morels, reconstituted, and frozen ramp bulbs will work beautifully without compromising the flavor.

You will be pleasantly surprised at how good this pork tastes served chilled! It slices even easier when cold. It would be a good idea to make extra just for the leftovers.
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Tenderloins Forestiere
Slicing the beef tenderloin before cooking lets it do so quickly. The wild mushroom-ramp sauce adds some rich, rustic flavors to the meat.
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Veal Scaloppini with Fresh Morels and Marsala
While veal is a popular meat to serve with this dish, some people prefer to substitute chicken or low fat turkey breasts. They're less expensive and leaner. The word "scaloppini" is a reference to the way in which the meat is sliced - very thin and across the grain so that it'll be extra tender. The wild leeks,or Ramps, have an extra "edge" which goes nicely with this mild dish.
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Chicken Breasts with Morels, Parsley and Cream
A rustic yet elegant dish. This recipe can do double duty, too. When fresh Chanterelle mushrooms are coming on strong, you can substitute them for the morels. Delicious, and beautiful. Serve with a dry white wine.
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Chicken Breasts with Ramps, Morels, and White Wine
Easy to put together and hard to resist. Fanned out slices of warm chicken breasts crown some greens with a morel-ramp sauce over all. An exuberant Spring salad. Not a salad to make too far ahead of serving, though.
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Chicken with Ramps and Morels
A perfect Spring meal using fresh wildings. A simple, rustic yet elegant chicken dinner. Serve with fingerling potatoes and maybe a few fiddlehead ferns and you have a truly Feast of the Forest!
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Cornish Game Hen with Asparagus and Morels
Cornish hens are excellent for pan roasting because they're so small. They typically go well with sauces, and are often glazed with a reduced orange sauce, complete with orange zest and Cointreau. In this case we're using a dusky, earthy morel sauce that has an exquisite mild flavor. A side of wild rice is a perfect accompaniment - the flavor blends perfectly with the hens and the texture is excellent.
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Roast Chicken with Thyme and Morel-Madeira Gravy
Madeira and wild leeks (ramps) combine deliciously with chicken in this basic, straightforward dish. Easy to make and easier to eat. For an elegant version, serve with wild rice, for more rustic appeal, serve with mashed potatoes.
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Wild Morels & Ramps Sautéed with Chicken Breast
This is an elegant way to serve chicken, and not at all difficult. If you really want to create a spectacular dinner, serve this with a wonderful risotto. Bring out the truffle oil!
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Wild Morels Sautéed with Chicken Breasts
The secret with this recipe is, it has few ingredients, but they are of the finest of quality. It can be made quickly...perfect for unexpected guests, or when time is of the essence.

You can dress it up by serving it with risotto and a sprinkle of truffle oil, or you can turn it into a hearty "comfort food" by serving it with garlic mashed potatoes.
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Blackened Grouper with Asparagus and Morels
Grouper, a moist, firm, yet flaky fish, with a sweet mild flavor really benefits in this style of blackening. Served with the earthy, rich flavors of morels, the bright green taste of asparagus, the creamy fingerlings and firm snap peas, a finely tuned orchestra titillates the senses of taste, sight and smell. The fussiness of this recipe is well worth the effort.
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Wild Rice with Morels and Ramps
A feast of tastes and textures, full of woodsy flavors to complement any meat or fowl dish.
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Chicken and Morel Camp Dish
This is a recipe for outdoor aficionados! If you're hunting, fishing, or searching for mushrooms, you may also be camping. With the great bounty now offered by the out-of-doors, camping doesn't necessarily mean "roughing it," at least not when it comes to dining. This is a delicious and easy-to-prepare campfire dish which will leave you wishing for more.
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