The precious ingredient, the mushrooms, are simply grilled and then seasoned with a mixture of thinly sliced peppers of all colours. They are delicious to be eaten as they are, drained from the oil and served in a small bowl, or heated briefly and accompanied with croutons or carasau bread. They give their best with Italian aged cheeses, such as sweet provolone, caciocavallo or a Canestrato Pugliese.
The aperitif pairing with a wine with a light, fruity red wine with low tannin content, such as a Grignolino del Monferrato, to savor all the bright taste of peppers and all the softness of mushrooms, or a white not too structured, perhaps aromatic, like an Albarola from the Cinque Terre.
Average nutritional values for 100g of product
8,4g of which satures 0,9g
2,1g of which sugars 0,5g