In cooking, mushrooms are quite widely used. As a rule, mushrooms are boiled or fried, and also dried and frozen. Canned and pickled mushrooms were especially popular at all times. Numerous varieties of mushrooms are used for the manufacture of a sufficiently large number of culinary products.
Mushrooms are included in the recipe for soups, many sauces, as well as main dishes or snacks. From mushrooms you can prepare a delicious and nutritious filling for baking. Pickled mushrooms can be added to the list of the most popular foods and snacks that are in demand among domestic consumers.
Various types of pickled mushrooms can be easily found on the shelves of the store. Among the main types of pickled mushrooms that are most often found in our latitudes, the following species can be distinguished: pickled porcini mushrooms, saffron mushrooms, traps, chanterelles, butterfish, and honey mushrooms.
Pickled mushrooms are one of the best additions to the festive and everyday table. In addition, it is with this method of preparation that a certain mucous substance is released that is useful for the stomach. Pickled mushrooms practically do not lose their useful properties and, if you do not abuse mushrooms or marinade, can bring benefits to the body.
Benefit / harm of pickled mushrooms
The benefits of pickled mushrooms lie in the vitamin-mineral composition of the finished food product. in turn, the chemical composition, as well as the calorie level of pickled mushrooms, is directly dependent on the variety of natural raw materials used in the manufacturing process of the product.
The average calorie content of pickled mushrooms, as a rule, does not exceed 24 Kcal, which per 100 grams of product. True, it is worth remembering that pickled mushrooms will bring benefits only if the product is eaten in normal quantities.
In addition to the secretion of mushroom mucus during pickling, mushrooms themselves are characterized as a product with a high content of proteins, vitamins, fiber. Pickled mushrooms are low in calories. A wide range of vitamins and the content of microelements such as copper, phosphorus, manganese, sulfur, potassium, zinc, calcium in mushrooms provide a positive effect on many body functions. Mushrooms contain beta-glucans, dietary fibers that support the immune system, as well as melanin, organic acids, urea. Eating mushrooms has an anti-cancer effect.
Pickled mushrooms are used as appetizers or as integral ingredients of certain salads, as well as meat appetizers or main dishes.
Despite the many advantages of eating mushrooms, there are also disadvantages that are worth paying attention to. So, pickled mushrooms contain a lot of salt and vinegar, which are not too useful for the body. Mushrooms are quite difficult to digest. Also, due to the high fiber content, they are not recommended for use by people suffering from diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
Energy value and calorie content of mushrooms
Calorie content of mushrooms 24 kcal
Energy value of pickled mushrooms (The ratio of proteins, fats, carbohydrates - bju):
Proteins: 3 g. (~ 12 kcal)
Fats: 0.5 g. (~ 5 kcal)
Carbohydrates: 1.5 g. (~ 6 kcal)
Energy ratio (b | f | y): 50% | 19% | 25%