Project Description

Abalone mushrooms are medium to large in size and are irregular and oblong with a vase-like shape averaging 5-25 centimeters in diameter. The skin is ivory to white and is smooth, silky, plump, and firm with small golden lines and perforations found throughout the surface with many gills under the cap. The cream-colored flesh is crisp, dense, and spongy with a meaty texture. When cooked, Abalone mushrooms are slippery and velvety with an earthy, buttery flavor with notes of pepper.