Looking for some delicious ways to use your precious chanterelle mushrooms? You've come to the right place. Enjoy their unique flavour with this collection of vegan chanterelle recipes
Every year we eagerly await the arrival of chanterelle season. When these bright yellow mushrooms start appearing in the woods and local markets, our bellies start rumbling...
We put on our boots and go off a hunting in the woods, and if we lucky, are rewarded with golden treasure to cook up a vegan chanterelle feast.
Chanterelles are also known by the names: Girolles, Pfifferling, Eierschwammerl and Cantharellus cibarius. Here's a handy guide on the Identification of Chanterelle Mushrooms. Our top tips are to look closely at their 'false gills', their golden yellow colour and their slightly apricoty scent. Always be 100% sure of the ID before you eat any wild mushrooms.
Chanterelle mushrooms have a unique flavour and taste. If you've never tried them before, then you need to! You'll soon find out why chanterelle spots are kept secret by those in the know, and why they go for such a good price on the market. Trust us, they're worth it!
And if you've have tried them before, then you'll know why we love them so much, and had to put together this feature of chanterelle recipes - vegan style!
Chanterelle recipes to go wild for!
This collection of vegan chanterelle recipes features all of our Vegan on Board recipes made in our campervan travels as we travel across Europe. And delicious recipes from our blogging friends that have also discovered the wonders of chanterelles! We hope you enjoy it, and find lots of tasty ways to enjoy your special chanterelles.
Sophie and Paul
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