Poplar mushroom

Poplar mushroom

(Agrocybe Aegerita)

This mushroom grows in bunches, in the wild it often grows at the foot of poplars, elder trees, elms and mulberries. At the end of the long stems is a brown 3 to 9 cm top. The Romans and Greeks began cultivating this mushroom. The mushroom smells a bit like flower, the structure is firm.

  • Widely used in Italian cuisine


  • Sweet, tasty mushroom
  • (White) sauce
  • Cooked in salads
  • In pasta and risotto


Store Pioppino in a refrigerator. They can be kept for a few days.


The pioppino does not need to be cleaned, if necessary lightly brush or rub with a piece of damp kitchen paper.

Also very tasty


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