No reward points for this product.
For buying this product you should have 14 points. Your current number of points is 0 points .
The Truffle Sauce with black truffle is available in glass jars of 80 gr, 180 gr and 500 gr.
In the kitchen: among the most consumed truffle products, ready to use and easy to cook. Use the Truffle Sauce at room temperature or by heating it slightly.
Storage: after opening, cover with olive oil, close the jar and keep in the fridge for a maximum of 15 days.
Description Truffle Sauce
The Truffle Sauce is one of the most consumed truffle products due to the ease with which it can be cooked, the huge number of truffle-based recipes that can be made and the possibility of keeping it in the fridge up to 15/18 days after opening the jar, covering it with extra virgin olive oil.
How to cook the Truffle Sauce
Ready to use, easy to cook, it can be eaten at room temperature or by heating it slightly in a saucepan. It is recommended to use it without adding other ingredients, even if its flavor goes very well with extra virgin olive oil, butter, Parmesan or any other type of condiment that your imagination suggests. The Truffle Sauce is a very versatile product and is well suited for the preparation of the most varied recipes based on truffles: fettuccine, tagliatelle, risotto, egg pasta, bruschetta, croutons, pizzas, fillings for ravioli and ravioli, omelettes with truffles , roasted trout, main courses of meat and fish. The recommended dose is 20/25 grams per person. Here are some examples of the use of Truffle Sauce
FOCACCIA WITH PROVOLA, TRUFFLE SAUCE AND PECORINO FLAKES
COFFEE PANINI WITH TRUFFLE SAUCE
How to preserve the truffle sauce
Before opening, store in a dry place away from heat sources and direct light sources. Once opened, cover with olive oil, close the jar and keep in the fridge up to a maximum of 15/18 days.
Cultivated mushrooms 65% (agaricus bisporus), 7% truffle (tuber aestivum vitt., Tuber mesentericum), black olives, water, olive oil, breadcrumbs, anchovies, capers, salt, flavoring.
PIE OF POLENTA
You might also like