Porcini,Chanterelles And Caesar’s Mushrooms:The porcino is a mushroom with a very pleasant flavour, with four different varieties that vary in terms of intensity of flavour. It can grow as large as two kilos or more, making it an easily recognisable mushroom. They tend to grow in groups, colonies of porcini mushrooms that are close together and that can be found all over Italy, from the plains to high in the mountains. In the kitchen, it can be used to add its characteristic flavour to dishes, or even become the star of unique and appetising recipes.
Chanterelles are also a very tasty strain of mushroom which are much more difficult to find in our forests. Their scent suggests a sweet, fruity flavour that can enrich many inviting dishes, but if used excessively, may cover the flavour of all the other ingredients due to its intense aroma.
Caesar’s mushrooms, on the other hand, are a fairly delicate strain of mushroom, and some of the most valuable to be found in the woods. Their refined flavour can be enjoyed at its best with a simple drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, rocket, and a sprinkling of Parmesan.