This porcini fried rice from San Francisco’s State Bird Provisions’ cookbook (nominated for a 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award) may look a bit involved, but nearly all of the component parts can be prepared ahead of time, and will make enough for other dishes too. The fried rice itself is earthy, crispy in spots, tender in others, and full of delicious porcini mushrooms, which show up sautéed, blended into a luscious porcini aioli, in a dry porcini spice powder, and sliced raw as one of the finishing touches, along with balsamic-and-thyme-glazed ramps and spring onions. For more elegant and satisfying dishes from State Bird Provisions, get their Black Butter-Balsamic Figs with Basil and Fontina Fondue recipe and Quinoa Tabbouleh with Marinated Tuna, Shiitakes, and Bonito-Rosemary Aioli recipe.
Make the porcini aioli:
Make the State Bird dashi:
Make the rice:
Fry the rice:
Reprinted with permission from State Bird Provisions: A Cookbook by Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski with JJ Goode, copyright © 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC. Photography credit: Ed Anderson © 2017
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