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.
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