We call that "Normandy style" in France.Unless prepared with cream sauce
Agarici bispori were first cultivated in France (early 18th century), and despite their common name "Portobello", "Swiss mushrooms", or "Italian mushrooms", they have nothing in common with either Switzerland or Italy. Or rather, they are only a fairly recent addition to Italian cuisine.
But there are countless other recipes... For fresh mushrooms, I mean.
For instance, stuffed mushrooms baked in the oven, with garlic, shallots, breadcrumbs and olive oil (Italian version).
Putting canned mushrooms on pizzas is just an American invention: it's not only a culinary heresy, it's also the clear proof you are consuming junk food.