Chanterelles, known as “queen of wild mushrooms”, are great to make chips, sautee or preserve.


Quick Tips

  • Sautee them with butter to feature them in any meal.
  • Cut them as thinly as possible, brush with butter and broil to make chanterelle chips.
  • Season and sautee them and serve on toast.

Fun Facts

  • Unlike many other mushrooms, chanterelles become chewy and not quite as flavorful when dried, so this isn’t a common use.
  • Chanterelles are good for your immune system, packed with Vitamins B and D.
  • Check out more fun facts and recipe ideas here.

Storage Info

35º F (in your refrigerator)

  • Store in paper rather than plastic in the refrigerator.
  • As with all produce, some form of rinsing is recommended. Consider gently wiping with a paper towel, to preserve flavor and structure.
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Foraged Chanterelles

“Chanterelles are one of the most expensive mushroom varieties out there. Once you try them, you’ll understand why a little goes a long way. Even the smallest quantity will make an impact to a meal whether sauteed on the side, or served on top of grains. Whatever you do, prepare them so you can savor them!”


Foraged Chanterelle Mushrooms

Good to know…

Fresh Harvest food storage information is drawn from multiple sources. A primary source is the food safety research conducted by U.S. government agencies, including the United States Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.