When cooked, Morel mushrooms are meaty and tender with a deep, earthy, nutty, and woodsy flavor. Morel mushrooms should not be consumed raw and are well suited for cooking methods such as sautéing or frying. Both the stems and the caps are edible and are most commonly sautéed with butter, salt, and pepper or are cooked in wine or cream-based sauces. Morel mushrooms can be mixed into pasta or risotto, served on top of meat with roasted vegetables, blended into a cream cheese spread as an appetizer, served on toast, or cooked into mushroom soup. They can also be stuffed with cheese and meat, breaded, and fried for a crispy bite. When preparing and handling, it is important to note that fresh Morel mushrooms are very brittle and can easily crumble, but they can also be dried for extended use and rehydrated when needed. Morel mushrooms pair well with English peas, asparagus, onion, shallots, garlic, white wine, parmesan cheese, dry vermouth, dry sherry, stock, lemon juice, sausage, bacon, pork, poultry, beef, nutmeg, five-spice, parsley, chives, tarragon, walnuts, soy sauce, and water chestnuts.
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Orders placed on the website will be delivered to you at the address specified by you within seven days from the order, at the desired time.
For orders less than 100 GEL, 10 GEL is added – transportation fee.
Above 100 GEL, order delivery is free.
Delivery in the suburbs of Tbilisi (Tabakhmela, Shindisi, Tsavkisi, Kojori, Kiketi, Tskneti, Betania, Akhaldaba and other connected areas) costs 25 GEL.
They will keep up to one week when stored in the refrigerator and up to one year when dried.