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Discussion in 'Illinois' started by chappyv, May 11, 2014.
I found my first Morel ever today! How can I prepare it to taste the best?
Let some other people chime in before you cook them, but if you're doing them for the first time I'd just sauté them in a little butter. Or cut them in half, dip them in flour and fry them till crispy on both sides. Use margarine because butter will burn and give them a bad taste. It's ok to sauté them in butter because you're not crisping them up.
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After you've had your first taste of the morels, try them stuffed with crab, wild leeks, cheese and bread crumbs
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Wow, That looks amazing! I'm so excited!
Do you think this is the best of the season & it's almost over or do you think there's more to come?
morel gravy on country fried steak!!!