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Fresh Morels can be used in a wide variety of dishes, including:
Morels have a rich history and have been revered for their unique taste and rarity throughout the centuries. In ancient Roman times, Morels were highly regarded and reserved for the tables of emperors and nobility. The famous Roman philosopher and naturalist, Pliny the Elder, even mentioned Morels in his famous work, “Natural History,” as a prized ingredient in Roman cuisine.
In medieval Europe, Morels were believed to possess magical properties and were featured in various folklore tales. Some believed that Morels could ward off evil spirits, while others associated them with fairy rings, where it was thought that fairies danced during the night.
In the 19th century, renowned French chef Auguste Escoffier popularized Morels by incorporating them into many of his famous dishes. This led to a surge in demand for Morels in European high society, further solidifying their status as a luxury ingredient.
As you enjoy your meal featuring Morels, let the rich history and folklore surrounding these rare and delicious mushrooms transport you to a different time and place.
Fresh Morels should be stored in the refrigerator, spaced out on a tray without touching, and covered with a dry cloth. Keep them away from strong odors to preserve their delicate flavor.