Different Uses of Dried Mushroom
Fresh mushrooms contain approximately 92% of water which is why when cooked, they become smaller. Similarly, the water in the mushroom evaporates in the process of drying, leaving the essence. In fact, about 12 kilograms of fresh mushrooms are used to produce 1 kilogram of dried mushrooms. Due to the low heat used during the process of dehydration, the end product maintains its original shape and is of high quality.
Dried mushroom is a vital product used in various fields in different ways. They come in different sizes and forms. They can be whole, sliced, powdered or granulated depending on where and how they will be used. Unlike fresh mushrooms that need to be consumed in a short time, dried mushrooms have a longer shelf life. In fact, dried mushrooms are used in instant soups as well as in the medical sector. They can also be consumed as snacks.
Both their shelf life and their intense flavor make dried mushrooms a sought-after product. Since they are concentrated products and give off a distinct taste, they are often preferred in soups, sautés and sauces.
Dried Mushroom Production in Turkey
Being from the land that produces a significant number of mushrooms, Turkish Goods provides high-quality dried mushrooms to its global partners. Working with the best manufacturers and suppliers in Turkey, Turkish Goods strives to make the import process seamless for its customers all around the world.