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  • The jury is in on the musroom recipe. Morels cooked in Cream of chicken soup over steamed rice and a KC strip steak make a great

    The jury is in on the musroom recipe. Morels cooked in Cream of chicken soup over steamed rice and a KC strip steak make a great meal. However I'm not ready to stop breading and frying them either. What say you?

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    del, that first recipe sounds like heaven. make omelettes with them. breading them and frying them is great, but i like bein creative. grill them! cook em with turkey! cook em with fish. yummm

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      Morels can be found in the high mountain meadows during the late summer. Some folks ride 20-30 miles to get them. They will haul out as many as they can put on a couple packhorses. Fried, grilled, sauteed, or most any other way is wonderful with a fine Angus steak.

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      • #4
        Both sound great. The cream of chicken one would be good with wild turkey too.

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        • #5
          Del,

          I wish I could find them doen here with regularity. I can ocassionally find one or two. One turkey season in the late 90's I found a motherload. I made sure to leave some for seed. Since that day the same area has provided zip... I guess all our deer get to them first. Same thing with the wild strawberry.

          As for cooking them? I'll take them any way I can get them!

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          • #6
            dang, that sounds delicious!

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            • #7
              I should correct my above statement as it is in the late spring or early summer that we find Morels, not late summer. Fumbling fingers must be running ahead of a distracted mind. They are also great with any elk steak that you might have after being sauteed or battered. A couple times we deep fried them in a pot over an open fire on the side of the creek along with the Rainbows we had hooked only minutes before.

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              • #8
                It sounds delicious!

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