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ORGANIC Trumpet Royale Mushrooms (King Trumpet) - VARIOUS SIZES

6.0 lb
$46.95

Trumpet mushrooms—the tall, tree-like fungi—fall in line with the rest of the oyster mushroom family. Also known as King Oyster,  杏鲍菇,  belongs to the oyster mushroom family and it’s the largest kind of this genus.  What makes King oyster mushroom special is its rich umami flavour and its firm, springy texture.

 

What Are Trumpet Mushrooms?

Trumpet Royale™ has a wonderful savory flavor, a firm, meaty texture, and an amazing shelf life. Chefs in some of the country’s finest restaurants have remarked on its versatility and will often use it in place of wild mushrooms.

Pleurotus eryngii—commonly known by the names king trumpet mushroom, French horn mushroom, and king oyster mushroom—is an edible oyster mushroom with a thick white stem and a flat brown cap. When cooked, the meaty texture is comparable to seafood such as calamari, abalone, or scallops, with a hearty base flavor that makes it an appealing stand-in for meat for many vegetarians.

Are Trumpet Mushrooms Expensive?

Trumpet mushrooms have been called the “cheap porcini”—full of flavor, but not as expensive. King trumpet mushrooms a good substitute for their similar size and texture to porcinis. If needed, cremini mushrooms can be substituted for trumpet mushrooms.

What do King Trumpet Mushrooms taste like?

It has a great range of flavor, depending on the preparation style. It can be sautéed, grilled, braised, stewed, or broiled. Unlike many mushrooms, the stem has the same wonderful texture and flavor as the cap – nothing is wasted.

The stem may be sliced into medallions and prepared like seared scallops. Trumpet Royale™ offers endless opportunities for creativity! Certified organic by QAI.

Firm porcini-like texture, its savory richness is emphasized by high-heat cooking. Sautéed with butter, it pairs with Chardonnay. Grilled or roasted with olive oil, pair it with Syrah. With meats, try with Pinot Noir or Zinfandel. It likes cream, walnut, sherry, parmesan, rosemary, balsamic.

4 Ways to Cook Trumpet Mushrooms

Trumpet mushrooms can be eaten either raw or cooked. Cooking enhances their umami flavors, and, because trumpet mushrooms are more dense than other mushroom varieties, they hold up well to slow cooking and high heat.

  1. Seared: Half mushrooms lengthwise, then using a crosshatch pattern, make small incisions into the exposed flesh. Sear the cut sides down in oil or unsalted butter over medium high heat until golden brown and crisp, then flip and allow a little color to develop on the backside. Season to taste, and pair with something bright and herby, like chimichurri.
  2. Grilled. You might catch trumpet mushrooms on the menu of most yakitori joints, and with good reason: when grilled, halved trumpets take on all the smoky flavor of the Japanese charcoals, melt into a soft texture while still retaining all their moisture. Toss with a drizzle of oil before you grill, and finish with a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of salt and togarashi.
  3. Pulled. Pulled, shredded trumpet mushrooms make great sandwich fodder. Sear or grill mushrooms, then when cool enough to handle, using your hands or two forks, pull the mushrooms apart into strings. Toss with lemon, minced garlic, or a teaspoon of sambal oelek and season to taste; rewarm in the pan if you like, then layer with pickled carrots, red onion, and herbs between two slices of sourdough toast.
  4. Raw. Raw trumpet mushrooms are mild enough that they make a subtle textural addition to most salads, and they also soak up dressing like nobody’s business.

The 1 Tip to Remember When Cooking Trumpet Mushrooms

Chef's Tips: Great on the grill! Just split in half and toss with olive oil. Cut the stem into scallops to emphasize the meatiness. Keeps its shape and texture when sliced or diced.

Scoring the cut side of trumpet mushrooms allows them to cook much faster and evenly, as well as soak up all the flavor from the cooking oil or butter. Smaller mushrooms will still sear just fine if you don’t, but be sure to give the larger ones a little boost.

Trumpet Royale™ has a wonderful savory flavor, a firm, meaty texture, and an amazing shelf life. Chefs in some of the country’s finest restaurants have remarked on its versatility and will often use it in place of wild mushrooms.

Other properties: 

King Trumpets (Pleurotus eryngii) may contain chemicals that stimulate the immune system.Dietary intake of Pleurotus eryngii may function as cholesterol-lowering dietary agent. 

 Size: 4 oz or Full Case (6lbs)


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07/11/2020

Trumpet mushrooms

Love it, plump and firm!

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