The Golden Oyster mushroom is now common place in supermarket - however, you'll usually struggle to find the Golden Yellow Oyster in most shops, and of course you won't be able to beat the flavour of your own freshly grown and picked crop.
The Golden Oyster is native to northern areas of Asia and is a particularly popular cultivar in China. It boasts vibrant yellow clusters of mushrooms with a thin delicate flesh.
The Golden oyster is distinctly fragrant and offers a complex but subtle aromatic flavour - they are great braised or in soups or stir fry. As with the other oyster mushroom varieties, the Golden oyster excels in egg dishes, cream sauces, or sautéed until crispy and served as a garnish.