Truffle Oil is an excellent way of adding a gourmet touch by just drizzling very little over your prepared dishes.
Perhaps Truffle Oil is the most common food garnishing of gourmet dishes in the modern kitchen after fresh truffles.
Most importantly it has a long storage period, you can use it as a consistent gourmet ingredient in your cuisine.
How do we make it?
In Your Kitchen
We should use it oil only in finished dishes.
Most importantly If the recipe requires cooking with oil, like the famous truffle french fries, it is better to use regular olive oil during preparation and adding truffle oil after.
Remembering White Truffle Aroma during the off-season.
We remember colors, faces, places. Remembering aromas is near impossible… In case you are watching this video during the off-season or simply away from truffles, please take a look and remember the good times! With love, The Casa Truffle Family.
Serving Size 1 tbsp. (15ml)
Servings Per Container about 7 tbsp
CALORIES PER SERVING
123 CALORIES FROM FAT 123 (% Daily Value)
TOTAL FAT 13,7 g 21%
Saturated Fat 2,1 g
Trans Fat 0 g
CHOLESTEROL 0 mg
SODIUM 0 mg
TOTAL CARBOHYDRATE 0 g
Dietary Fiber 0 g
Here are some suggestions in where to drizzle:
On eggs prepared in any way you like;
A club sandwich;
Mashed potatoes and parmesan;
Baked potato with sour cream and chives;
drizzle over chicken, meat, fish, and pork;
spray over french fries after frying.
- On a cracker with Brie and Prosciutto di Parma;
- Crostini with cream cheese and shrimp;
- Over fresh olives.
- To garnish bruschetta;
Wine Pairing Suggestions
- Montepulciano di Abruzzo,
- White wines such,