How to store champignons?
Champignons are useful, tasty and nutritious mushrooms. Many store them for future use. But, as you know, they remain fresh for no more than 7 days.
Below we will talk about how to store champignons so that they do not deteriorate quickly and retain most of the nutrients.
The best option is to freezeChampignon. Before doing so, they must be carefully inspected for stains and damage. All mushrooms with defects are removed to the side, and good ones are laid out in containers or plastic bags, and then placed in a freezer. Store mushrooms preferably at a temperature of -18 ° C for no more than 12 months.
You can store mushrooms in dried form. They must first be cleaned, separated from the hat and sorted by size. The legs are cut in half, the hats are dried entirely. Please note that mushrooms are not washed. They are dried in the sun or in the oven at a temperature of 40-50 ° C. After that, they can be packed in paper bags or linen bags. How much can you store dried mushrooms? The optimal period is up to 3 years.
It is necessary to clean mushrooms, wash and boil inslightly salted water. When the mushrooms sink to the bottom, flip them into a colander. After that, spread them on cans and pour the broth with spices, and then cover with plastic covers. Keep mushrooms in a cool place for no more than 2 years.
Canned for a long timeChampignon. To do this, fresh mushrooms are boiled in fresh water (after boiling to stand on the fire for 15 minutes). After that, they are laid hot in sterilized jars and poured brine. Then the mushrooms are rolled up. Keep them in a cool place for up to 3 years.