Servings: 4 to 6
Morel mushrooms are a sure sign of spring. There’s no substitute for their nutty flavor and delicate, crisp texture. If you can’t find them fresh, look for dried morels.
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I was sorting my recipes and wanted to prepare this for a dinner with vegetarian friends. Where does one find fresh morels and chanterelles? Surely you are not publishing a recipe with an ingredient that costs over $400 a lb! I cut back to only a half ounce each of dried mushrooms and substituted fresh crimini and shiitakes for the remainder. I was disappointed that I was unable to find the needed ingredients at a reasonable cost in either New York or Seattle!
We were just disappointed by this recipe. The wording of the recipe for lemon juice is not accurate and the overall taste was very tart and sweet.
Excellent + like it +
Excellent dish. I used dried morels and fresh oyster mushrooms, a tasty combination.
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