Porcini mushrooms, carefully selected, cut into slices and dried.
Boletus edulis is an edible basidiomycete mushroom. Most commonly known as porcini (from the plural of its Italian name porcino), it has a number of common names, including cep (from its Catalan name cep or its French name cèpe, although the latter is a generic term applying to several species), king bolete and penny bun.
The fruiting body is a large imposing mushroom the cap of which may reach 25 cm (10 in) in diameter and 1 kg (2.2 lb) in weight.
Always wash the mushrooms before soaking. To correctly prepare the product it should be left for a while in warm water.
Once softened, drain. Any extra water can be gently squeezed out of the mushrooms.
Can be used in the preparation of starters, first and second course dishes to which it gives an unmistakable flavor. Excellent addition to meats, fishes, pastas, salad, soups & sauces!
Best stored in a fresh and dry place.
Vacuumed Bags: 2oz or 1 LB (16oz).
Product of France