A mix of mushrooms that enrich the taste of dishes such as porcini and mushrooms. Introducing Costco's dried mushroom comics, which are convenient for Western-style cooking.
A product stuffed with dried slices of French oyster mushrooms, chlorappatake mushrooms, mushrooms, and porcini. The price is 1,118 yen (tax included) with 170g (6oz).
When using, first wash with lukewarm water, rehydrate in hot water for about 15 minutes, and boil in boiling water for 1 minute. The umami and aroma are blended into the soaked juice, so don't throw it away and use it in sauces and soups.
The claim of fragrance is still strong in porcini, but when you taste it individually, you can feel the flavor of each. Since the finish is a little chewy, I thought it would be easier to eat wild mushrooms that couldn't fit in a bite if they were cut in advance.
An interesting product that you can easily enjoy a restaurant-like taste just by adding it to pasta, risotto, or potage soup. It seems that it can be used in various ways like Japanese dried shiitake mushrooms.