Ceps (cepes) dried 20g or 100g
This one is rightfully the king of mushrooms. The ceps are hand-picked and selected for quality. They are also called porcini, boletes or cepes. The mushroom has a nutty, mild flavour and a firm texture. Their high protein content makes them very nutritious and healthy.
Preparation and tasting:
Even in small quantities, it gives sauces, soups, and all kinds of other dishes a typical nutty flavour with delicious aromas. You can rehydrate the ceps before using. Above all, don't throw away the liquid. You can incorporate this into a tasty sauce. Cooking dried ceps is then a fun culinary experience.
Dried porcini mushrooms (Boletus edulis, aereus and pinophilus) Net weight: 20g or 100g
Ceps (cepes) dried are best stored in a glass stockpot, or at least keep them vacuum-packed in plastic bags. Above all, keep it dry and dark, that way the flavour is best preserved.
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Before choosing recipes for dishes made from dry ceps, it is good to learn about the beneficial properties of ceps.