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6 Wild Morel Mushroom Recipes and Storage Tips

Morel mushrooms are difficult to find, so next time you have a batch of these tasty morsels, do them justice with these recipes and storage tips

When finding wild morels in these numbers, it When finding wild morels in these numbers, it's a good idea to have several recipe options and the DIY skills necessary to prep and store unused mushrooms. (Jeff Phillips photo)

By: OutdoorChannel.com Staff

Morels are commonly found by American elm trees and you will find white, yellow and black morels depending on the time you go hunting. You can also find these by sycamore, ash, apple trees, cottonwood and white pine.

Fried morels are a favorite! You may fry them two different ways. One if rolling in flour only and frying - the second is using an egg wash. We’ve listed both recipes for you below, along with some other ways to prepare this fantastic fungi.

1. Easy Butter-Fried Morels

Morel mushrooms coated in flour only and then fried in butter. Simple and delicious! Click here for recipe.

2. Pan-Fried Morel Recipe

This recipe uses an egg wash before frying. You can fry the mushrooms whole or sliced. Click here for recipe.

3. Morel Mushroom Steak Sauce

Morels are sautéed in butter until slightly brown and then simmered into a thick and creamy sauce. This sauce recipe is quite versatile. Click here for recipe.

4. How to Dry Morel Mushrooms

We offer two methods for drying morel mushrooms – dehydrator method and oven method. Click here for recipe.

5. Easy Morel and Pasta

If you have dried morels available, this pasta recipe would be a great way to use them up. Click here for recipe.

6. How to Freeze Morel Mushrooms

Freezing morel mushrooms is easy too. Learn how to do it using one of these three methods. Click here for recipe.

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