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Dried Porcini Powder for Quick Mushroom Flavor

Fine Cooking Issue 55
Photo: Scott Phillips
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Though we love dried porcini, the need to soak them takes away the spontaneity of cooking with them. Zingerman’s porcini powder, a fine grind of the dried mushrooms, is easy to add to simmering soups or sauces by the spoonful, and its aromatic, earthy flavor gives dishes a quick boost. We like adding a teaspoon of it to creamy pasta sauces or stirring it into a meat stew. $10 for a 59-gram jar at Zingerman’s.


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