This is the most appreciated mushroom, thanks to its unmistakable scent and taste. Porcino mushroom ( known as Boletus edulis ), grows in large quantity and variety in Calabrian woods, especially in Sila’s ones. It can be indifferently tasted cooked or uncooked, it’s suitable for lots of dishes. Fleshy and solid, this mushroom is a source of fibers and minerals, and has low fat and sugar intakes.

Service suggestions

Porcini mushrooms in oil are excellent as appetizer. They’re very tasteful with bread crumbles, as side with al types of cheeses, no matter if they’re fresh or hard, and also with al types of meat dishes.