King Oyster and King Trumpet (Trumpet Royale)

King Oyster and King Trumpet (Trumpet Royale)

King
 oyster
 
mushrooms
 bear
 little
 resemblance
 to
 oyster
 mushrooms.
 The
 king
 oyster
 somewhat
 resembles
 a
 bowling
 pin
 in
 its
 shape. Most
 of
 the
 mushroom
 is
 a
 thick,
 white,
 edible
 stem,
 topped
 with
 a
 small
 tan‐colored
 cap.


The
 king
 trumpet
,

 also 
known 
as 
trumpet
 royale,
 is
 a
 smaller
 version
 of
 the
 king
 oyster,
 with
 a
 shorter
 stem
 and
 larger
 cap,
 which
 is
 slightly
 trumpet‐shaped.


The
 king
 oyster
 and
 king
 trumpet
 are
 best
 marinated
 and
 then
 grilled
 or
 roasted
 in
 order
 to
 render
 them
 tender
 and
 moist.
 
 If
 the
 mushroom
 is
 to
 be
 sautéed
 or
 stir‐fried,
 it
 needs
 to
 be
 sliced
 before 
cooking. Both mushrooms taste 
great 
with 
chicken 
and
 fish
 dishes.
 Or try slicing
 the
 stems 
one‐half
 inch 
thick 
and
 sauté
ing with
 baby
 scallops!

Retail customers, look for our fresh and dried mushrooms and spring greens in Minnesota and the Midwest at Lunds & ByerlysCoborn'sCashwiseCub FoodsWhole Foods Markets and Kowalski's Markets.

You can also buy dried mushrooms through our online shop. We offer 14 varieties of mushrooms, four blends, and porcini and portabella powders. Shipping is free on $50 orders. Visit our online shop here.

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