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Fresh Mushrooms

Here at Fine Food Specialist we source a wide variety of fresh mushrooms throughout the year. Although wild mushrooms are at their peak season in Autumn with a plethora of varieties to choose from , springtime also offers the wonderful seasonal delights which appear in the form of wild morels. Our selection of wild and cultivated mushrooms offers something special for every palate.

Fresh mushrooms are versatile as an accompaniment, addition or a main ingredient. The possibilities are endless - grilled, stuffed, breaded, fried, roasted, braised and sautéed, to name just a few. Why not experiment with some of our more unusual options too?

Classic porcini mushrooms, also known as ceps, are meaty, rich and very versatile. Mild peppery wild chanterelles are known to Italians as girolles – an indulgent treat with griddled scallops and a drizzle of port wine sauce.

Fresh morel mushrooms appear in spring and are delicious cooked in a rich, reduced chicken stock sauce and cream. The firm texture and subtle flavour of fan-like oyster mushrooms renders them ideal for stir-fries, whilst king oysters are a wonderful alternative for porcini when seasons overlap. Nutty Paris brown mushrooms make a great raw accompaniment, marinated in olive oil, garlic, pepper, and with a little chopped chilli, or try slow roasted hon shimeji mushrooms, proving as a tasty addition to summer salads.

For something a little different, try pied bleu mushrooms with strongly flavoured vegetables such as onions and leeks. Or add light tasting peppery ‘pied de moutons’mushrooms, in slow-cooked casseroles and soups. Japan's tasty, slightly chewy shiitake mushroom is perfect for clear soups and nimono (simmered dishes). Enoki mushrooms are also highly prized in Asian cooking and are wonderful added to a miso soup. For a treat, try our mixes to savour three varieties of seasonal wild mushrooms or a bag of four delicious cultivated mushrooms.  

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  1. Wild Mushroom Mix, Fresh
    Wild Mushroom Mix, Fresh
    From £65.00
    This wild mushroom mix gives a great chance to savour our finest wild mushrooms. You will receive three varieties of mushroom chosen from whatever is best when you order. Perfect for a spring lunch - try mixed wild mushrooms on toasted brioche with a poached egg and hollandaise sauce.
  2. Buy Cultivated Mushroom Mix Online in London UK
    Cultivated Mushroom Mix, Fresh, 1kg
    From £22.75
    This cultivated mushroom mix consists of a minimu of four different mushroom varieties depending on season and availability. A wonderful choice for mixed mushroom risotto, scented with a little white truffle oil. Please note: the photo shows 500g of mushrooms, which is half the portion tha...
  3. St George Mushrooms, Fresh
    St George Mushrooms, Fresh
    From £50.00
    St George's mushrooms start appearing in April around St George's day. They are a strong tasting and strong smelling mushroom and are quite meaty in texture. They work well with eggs and chicken in particular, so a spring omelet with wild asparagus and St George's mushrooms makes a delicious seasona...
  4. Girolle Mushrooms, Fresh
    Girolle Mushrooms, Fresh
    From £26.95
    Girolles are one of the most prized and sought after of wild mushrooms due to their exquisite taste with an aroma that hints at fruity apricots. Available all year round from our suppliers throughout Europe and the USA, girolles are very versatile and work well in many different ways. Try servi...
  5. Buy wild morel mushrooms online & in London UK
    Morel Mushrooms, Fresh
    From £37.50
    Fresh morel mushrooms are a delightful sight at the start of spring. They are beautiful to look at and the taste is just out of this world. They vary in colour from light to dark brown and look like little walnuts. They are delicious cooked in a rich, reduced chicken stock sauce finished with c...
  6. Pied Bleu Mushrooms, Fresh
    Pied Bleu Mushrooms, Fresh
    From £22.00
    The blue hued stem of this delicious mushroom is what gives the Pied Bleu its name: blue foot. Due to the strong fragrance and distinctive flavour of Pied Bleu mushrooms I combine them with strongly flavoured vegetables such as onions and leeks.
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Here at Fine Food Specialist we source a wide variety of fresh mushrooms throughout the year. Although wild mushrooms are at their peak season in Autumn with a plethora of varieties to choose from , springtime also offers the wonderful seasonal delights which appear in the form of wild morels. Our selection of wild and cultivated mushrooms offers something special for every palate.

Fresh mushrooms are versatile as an accompaniment, addition or a main ingredient. The possibilities are endless - grilled, stuffed, breaded, fried, roasted, braised and sautéed, to name just a few. Why not experiment with some of our more unusual options too?

Classic porcini mushrooms, also known as ceps, are meaty, rich and very versatile. Mild peppery wild chanterelles are known to Italians as girolles – an indulgent treat with griddled scallops and a drizzle of port wine sauce.

Fresh morel mushrooms appear in spring and are delicious cooked in a rich, reduced chicken stock sauce and cream. The firm texture and subtle flavour of fan-like oyster mushrooms renders them ideal for stir-fries, whilst king oysters are a wonderful alternative for porcini when seasons overlap. Nutty Paris brown mushrooms make a great raw accompaniment, marinated in olive oil, garlic, pepper, and with a little chopped chilli, or try slow roasted hon shimeji mushrooms, proving as a tasty addition to summer salads.

For something a little different, try pied bleu mushrooms with strongly flavoured vegetables such as onions and leeks. Or add light tasting peppery ‘pied de moutons’mushrooms, in slow-cooked casseroles and soups. Japan's tasty, slightly chewy shiitake mushroom is perfect for clear soups and nimono (simmered dishes). Enoki mushrooms are also highly prized in Asian cooking and are wonderful added to a miso soup. For a treat, try our mixes to savour three varieties of seasonal wild mushrooms or a bag of four delicious cultivated mushrooms.  

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