Special Care Is Needed When Dehydrating Mushrooms ...
When dehydrating mushrooms, special care is needed. Don't wash them first as that will make them too wet ... and they are dehydrated on 2 different temperature settings, see #3 in the instructions, below.
They are used in many recipes: Soups, and added to Stews, Omelets, and as Pizza toppings!
Back in the UK, I loved creamy mushrooms on toast! (I'll have to hunt out that recipe, now that I've had my short trip down memory lane here!) :-)
Mushrooms contain vitamin D, vitamin C, Choline, Folate, Betaine, and Niacin, followed by trace amounts of Pantothenic Acid, Riboflavin, Thiamine, and vitamin B6.
In the mineral department, they are a good source of Potassium, Phosphorus, followed by Magnesium and Calcium and also contain trace amounts of Iron, Zinc, Copper, and Selenium too. They also contain Omega-6 fatty acids.
Identity Crisis Averted!
Before you start dehydrating the wild mushrooms you picked on your hike, check out this article on Wikipedia.
Make sure they're NOT poisonous!
It has general information on mushrooms; learn how to identify them!
Let's get started with dehydrating mushrooms.
Where's the beef? It's right here - in this wonderful Filet Mignon recipe!
Prep time is only 30 mins, with a cooking time of 45 minutes.
I'd say well worth the time and effort to impress your better half!
Full color step-by-step instructions are included!
Easy tasty meals made with dehydrated food!
It’s a tearful job; run your range hood fan!
Tip: Chill potatoes overnight so you can slice them much easier the day after!
It’s easy to dehydrate veggies when you know how! Use fresh, or frozen - or right from your garden!