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Bolete Mushroom Powder

Bolete Mushrooms belong to a family of mushrooms that are closely related to porcini. They boast an appearance, flavor profile and texture very similar to the prized Italian variety. Our Bolete Powder is made from dried sliced bolete mushrooms.

  • Boletes have domed, dark brown caps that are tan on the underside, and stout stems that swell toward the base

  • Our Bolete Powder is made from mushrooms that are harvested and cleaned, then sliced and dried, with no added preservatives. Once dried the slices are pulverized

  • Can be used as a more economical alternative in recipes calling for porcini mushrooms

  • Rich, deep, umami-rich flavor similar to porcini mushrooms

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    Price: $48.07
    $3 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Their deeply earthy flavor is perfect for creamy and deep brown sauces and gravies

  • Flavor pairs exceptionally well with potatoes and pasta

  • Stir into soups or tomato sauce for added mushroom flavor

  • Bolete Powder is wonderful in Wild Rice Pilaf or pasta dishes

  • Try Bolete Powder as a rub for meats!

  • Basic prep

    Ready to use. Add to taste.

    Ingredients

    bolete mushrooms.

    Bolete mushrooms (Boletus edulis) for our Bolete Powder are selected, sliced and dried the same way as all of our dried bolete varieties. They’re then ground to a fine powder that is 100% pure bolete mushroom, with no added fillers or preservatives.

    We carefully source our bolete mushrooms from a variety of international vendors in order to guarantee our supply of the finest boletes available. They have a deep, meaty flavor and a rich, nutty aroma, reminiscent of the wooded hillsides on which they grow. The gentle drying process intensifies both the aroma and flavor of the mushrooms prior to being pulverized into a powder.

    Boletes are related to porcini mushrooms (when fresh, the two varieties can best be differentiated by the gills hanging from the bottom of porcinis’ caps, whereas boletes have a spongy network of tubes). Bolete mushrooms are among the most highly aromatic and flavorful of all mushrooms available commercially. They grow in a symbiotic relationship with trees and are often found poking up out of the discarded leaves beneath their branches.

    Classic recipe

    Pork Milanese with Creamy Bolete and Shiitake Sauce

    These crispy pan-fried pork loin chops with a creamy mushroom sauce are rich, indulgent and perfect for a dinner party entrée. The secret ingredient in the sauce: our Bolete Mushroom Powder, which adds extra umami richness and depth of flavor.