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The growing fungus truly doesn’t look very appetizing. As Twitter reader Dr. Georgina Porter points out, “I wouldn’t eat those if I was offered hard cash, sorry.” Reader Woodrow simply points out, “Corn smut the mind boggles.” And while things may look a bit strange at first glance, remember that American dishes we take for granted, like cream of soup casseroles, can appear very strange to other cultures, yet yield a surprising deliciousness.
Huitlachoche is best used fresh and is stored in the refrigerator like other mushrooms, but with its short shelf life you are more likely to find it jarred, canned, or frozen at your local Mexican food store. Chef Joe Quintana of the Rosa Mexicana chain told Food Republic, “Most typically we sautée and incorporate huitlacoche into sauces or dishes for its earthy flavor.” Quintana added, “It can be puréed with cream to make a delicious sauce for steak, and we have even made huitlacoche flan for more of a savory twist on dessert.” Be warned: This gray fungus tends to turn black with heat — and that’s really okay.
As for the taste, Chef Sean Brock of Charleston describes to NPR, “It’s insanely delicious and luxurious, like black truffles.” Catch the Twitter buzz on this truffle of corn — or try it yourself.
These Images Of Smutty Corn Have Twitter In An Uproar
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