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Champignons (the French and international name for Agaricus bisporus) are a widely-used cultivated mushroom variety with an easily recognisable shape and a white coloured cap. The reason for their popularity lies in the fact that they’re cultivated year round, and have a pleasant mild flavour and exceptional nutritional properties: in fact they’re high in both protein and fibre, as well as vitamins and minerals.
Average nutritional values per 100g of product
Rinse the frozen champignons under running water, then cook them in a pan over medium heat for about 10 minutes. To be consumed after cooking. Champignons taste great sautéed, in salads, or as a side dish, and can even be used as a flavourful garnish for first courses, such as risottos or tagliatelle with mushrooms.
Carton with or without bag (da 80 g a 600 g)
Jar/Tub (da 80 g a 1000 g)
Bag (da 80 g a 5000 g)
Bulk box with bag (da 2,5 kg a 10 kg)