Peach Pickled Chanterelles

Nothing says summer like peaches and chanterelles – so we put them together in this whimsical pickle! Make these for your next picnic or wine night.

Peach Pickled Chanterelles
Peach Pickled Chanterelles

What do Pickled Mushrooms Taste Like?

Pickled mushrooms have the wonderful savoriness of fresh mushrooms, but with an extra zing and bite from the pickle brine! In this recipe, we’ve opted to bring out the sweet and fruity aromas of fresh chanterelles by adding peaches to the jar. A little thyme brings it all together for a delectable, summery treat!

Serving Suggestions:

Use these pickled chanterelles and peaches wherever you want to bring a little sunshine to your meals. Pair them with a soft cheese, a crisp white wine, or an assortment of nuts (might we suggest hickory nuts?). Take it the extra mile by serving the peaches over ice cream, the chanterelles in hearty pasta, and the brine in your next salad dressing.

Where Can I Buy Chanterelles?

Right here! Foraged Market lets you buy directly from foragers near you!

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How to Cook Chanterelles
clean & trim chanterelles
Peach Pickled Chanterelles
slice peaches
Peach Pickled Chanterelles
simmer chanterelles in brine
Peach Pickled Chanterelles
layer and store for 3 days

Peach Pickled Chanterelles

Nothing says summer like peaches and chanterelles - so we put them together in this whimsical pickle! Make these for your next picnic or wine night.
Prep Time5 mins
Active Time10 mins
cooling10 mins
Total Time25 mins
Course: Appetizer, Pickle, Preserve
Keyword: Chanterelle, Peach, pickles

Equipment

  • 1 Medium Saucepot
  • 1-2 Glass jars
  • 1 Fine Mesh Strainer

Materials

  • 1.5 cups water
  • 1 cup mild vinegar rice or champagne vinegar
  • 1 tbsp kosher salt
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 3 cups chanterelles, cleaned and trimmed
  • 1 medium peach, sliced
  • 3-4 sprigs fresh thyme

Instructions

  • 1. In a medium saucepot set over high heat, combine water, vinegar, salt, and sugar. Bring mixture to a boil. Add chanterelles and adjust heat to maintain a simmer. Cook for 7-10 minutes, until chanterelles have softened. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature.
  • 2. Strain chanterelles from brine. In a glass jar, layer chanterelles, peach slices, and thyme. Strain the brine through a fine mesh sieve and pour it into the jar, making sure the chanterelles and peaches are fully submerged.
  • 3. Store in the refrigerator, and wait 3-5 days to enjoy.

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