Prices are per kilo.
Mild and nutty in flavour with a peppery and earthy umami overtone; farinaceous in fragrance when fresh and harvested when young to enhance its flavour profile.
Popular in Italian and Mediterranean cuisines where it is widely used in risottos, meat dishes and the famous “pasta con funghi“. A common addition in classic Asian dishes seen often in stir-frys and stews, pairing well with red meats, chicken and fish.
Swordbelt mushrooms are powerful antioxidants and posses many anti-inflammatory benefits with much of the recent scientific studies focusing on their anti-carcinogenic properties.