King oyster mushroom noodles

King oyster mushroom (eryngii) is a large and firm mushroom with a nutty flavor. Due to its size you can easily cut them into noodles.

Creation by Onno Kokmeijer, Ciel Bleu** restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Makes 250g,

King oyster mushroom noodles

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big king oyster mushrooms

Preparation method

  • Remove the caps from the king oyster mushrooms.
  • Cut the stems lengthwise into thin slices on a meat slicer set to position 3.
  • Cut these slices into 5mm strips to make noodles.
  • Blanch the mushroom noodles in boiling water with salt for approximately 30 seconds.
  • Sieve and allow to dry thoroughly on paper. The noodles will be reheated in the cream when you finish the dish.

Serving suggestions

  • In a dish with roasted scallops and pata negra ham.
  • Pairs well with roasted celeriac, roasted onion, and glazed pork belly.
  • In a dish with pumpkin, carrot, and celery.

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