Ideas For Truffle Oil.
Scent a home-made mayonnaise with white truffle oil and drizzle over beef carpaccio and top with shaved Parmigiano Reggiano
Brush some bruscetta with truffle oil and top with taleggio or chevre
Add a splash to sauteed mushrooms and serve on toasted sourdough, or in tartlets with some creme fraiche as an hors d'ouevres
Drizzle over soups just before serving - try mushroom or cream of
Drizzle truffle vinaigrette over seared scallops, or a green salad.
Make a truffle butter with Lescure unsalted butter and add a dollop to mashed potatoes, or on top of a grilled eye fillet
Cook some Puy lentils and dress with truffle oil and diced tomato flesh - serve with grilled salmon
Grill some asparagus spears and anoint liberally with extra virgin olive oil and truffle oil, garnish with shaved pecorino cheese for a stylish yet simple entree
Truffle oil is magic with potatoes - mashed or roasted. When baking scalloped potatoes, grease the baking dish liberally with truffle oil to infuse as it cooks
Panfry or scramble eggs in truffle oil and serve on toast for a decadent breakfast or brunch
Drape thinly sliced prosciutto over baby salad leaves and drizzle with truffle oil or truffle honey
Add truffle oil to your pasta dough
Thank you Wattle for the ideas.I have a little bottle of truffle oil in my refrigerator,maybe for 10 years and I never used it. I cook a lot of different dishes,also European food,but some of your suggestions are a little bit out of the normal,but I get the idea. What is rocket? I make beet salad ,but besides all the other ingredients has horseradish in it.
sauregurke,Another name for Rocket is Arugula,hope this helps,
Yes to all of the above~ and a drop on one's finger isn't half bad either! Janie
White is better than the Black~ It's taste is much softer and it gently adds a wonderful flavor to so many foods, usually adding at the very end of recipes~
Black is stronger and is used on more bolder types of foods~
It stores very well in a dark place, avoiding any sunlight~
Thanks a bunch Wattle`~ I've been known to love the Truffle~
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Thanks very much Wattle and Ms "Truffle" for an informative post . I knew virtually nothing about Truffle Oil.
Susan-Serving as a Taste Of Home Field Editor since 2009
Thank-you, some great ideas!
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