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The highly prized chanterelle mushroom is wild foraged for a limited time. We follow the season around the world, from North America to Europe, to supply these treasures. Chanterelles proliferate in the forest, favoring shady spots under pine trees - a flavor note you can often detect. Chefs love chanterelles for their earthy flavor and the drama their golden color brings to the plate. Enjoy the slightly spicy, intense flavor and fruity aromas that evoke apricots by preparing chanterelles simply with butter, cream, salt, and pepper. They naturally pair with chicken, pork, veal, and egg dishes, and are quite versatile.
- Wild foraged mushroom
- Cantharellus cibarius
- Seasonally available
- Allergen: Contains mushrooms
- Product of North America and Europe
- Keep refrigerated
- For best taste, store in the refrigerator and use within 3-5 days of receipt
Cooking Methods: Sauté, Pan-Roast, Roast, Stew, Braise, Cook en Papillote
Chanterelle mushrooms shouldn't be rinsed. Instead use a brush, cloth, or damp paper towel to remove any particles. Lightly clean the surface and trim the ends. Store unused mushrooms in the refrigerator in a paper bag or the box they came in. The delicate flavor of chanterelles is complemented by butter, cream, and mild cheeses. They're excellent alongside poultry, game birds, pork, rabbit, and veal. Chanterelles are also wonderful in pasta, egg dishes, and vegetable sautés.
D'Artagnan offers a variety of wild and cultivated fresh mushrooms and truffles year round. For wild mushrooms, we partner with foragers and follow the seasons around the world. In addition, expert cultivators grow organic mushrooms for us in pristine and optimal conditions. We also preserve the flavors of the season with our dried mushroom offerings.
Our truffles are foraged seasonally in France and Italy, and when those are done we source farmed truffles from Australia, which lengthens the season for these fragrant delicacies.