Rib Eyes and Morel Mushrooms

  • Morel Mushrooms
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Cup of Milk
  • 1 Cup of Flour
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Butter
I was at a friend's house the other night and they had picked up a half pound of Blonde Morel Mushrooms at a local farmers market. They were flown in from Oregon. What a great find! They also had picked up a nice selection of root vegetables and some bone in rib eyes. (Sorry about the poor quality of the photos. They were taken with my phone.)

She first cut them in half and rinsed them under cold water. This gets rid of dirt and bugs that may be lodged in the holes.

She whisked together an egg and 1 cup of milk.

After placing the morels in the egg milk mixture she dredged them in flour that had a bit of salt and pepper added to it.

Some butter melting in the pan.

Over medium heat she placed the breaded Morels in the butter. It only took a couple of minutes per side to cook them.

Here is what they looked like after being turned once. About 4 minutes total cook time.

Here is what the complete meal looked like. Boy howdy it was good.

If you have never had Morel Mushrooms, I strongly recommend you try them. They are by far my favorite mushroom.
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