Truffle lovers, it’s time to treat yourself

It’s only the best time of year, it’s truffle season! Winter is a time to warm the body and soothe the soul with incredibly delicious comfort food!

03 July 2019 | Posted in Recipe Inspiration,

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Truffle lovers, it’s time to treat yourself

Guess what? It’s only the best time of year, not particularly because of the miserable weather, but because it’s truffle season! Winter is a time to warm the body and soothe the soul with incredibly delicious comfort food. What better dishes are there than ones made with truffle? No ideas for dinner? No truffle! Here are your answers, along with some great little hints and tips along the way.
You can grab yourself truffles from your closest farmers market or simply by searching online! If you would like to know specifically, don’t be afraid to DM us on Facebook or Instagram.

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There really are so many wonderful things you can do with truffles, but one of our absolute favourites, Truffle Butter, and you can find it on our trusty Recipe Community.

Not only can you spread it on some nice warm toasted bread, but you can put it on your steak. Can you imagine that? Close your eyes and picture it. With some Mashed Potato on the side and some Steamed Veggies. The ultimate dinner dish that will have you and the family going for a second round!

The world’s recipes at your fingertips

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We all know that Cookidoo has undergone a massive revamp recently, and customers now have access to over 50,000 recipes from around the world. This has opened up so many doors, and access to even more truffle-based recipes – just search and see for yourself but make sure to select all countries! Want to learn about how to search the global library? Click here and find out how you can get the most out of your account.

Did you know? Your browser can automatically translate recipe pages on Cookidoo.

Creamy Truffle pasta

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The Creamy Truffled Mushroom Tagliatelle is just a must try. It’ll only take 15 minutes of preparation time, just leave the rest to your trusty Thermomix. The final result is just incredible, thank us later!

Make your own truffle oil!

Truffle oil can be a little costly, so here’s a little tip on how to make your own.

  • Grab 1 or 2 small black truffles and half a cup of olive oil
  • Shave the truffle into thin slices
  • Place truffle into olive oil and gently warm over low heat for an hour
  • Pour the infused oil with truffles into a sterilised container or jar and store in refrigerator for one week
  • Once ready, strain the infused oil

Tip: Take your mid-week meals to the next level by adding a drizzle of truffle oil to your Mushroom Risotto, Mushroom Soup or even Pizza!

Give your eggs a kick!

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The most incredible thing about the Thermomix is that you don’t need to be a professional chef to create jaw-dropping dishes, like the one above. All you need to do is follow the step by step instructions, better yet, you can do it directly on the screen of your Thermomix. The flavour and complexity of this dish is astounding, and the end result, even more so! This recipe has truffle butter, but you already know how to make that! But if you’re an absolute truffle lover and can’t get enough of the flavour, here’s an awesome little tip for the eggs!

Tip:
You can infuse your eggs with truffles and it’s so simple! All you need is a sealed glass container, half a dozen eggs (still in their shell) and 2-3 truffles. Place into the container and refrigerate overnight. The flavour and perfume of the truffles will infuse into the eggs like a magic trick, even through the shell! You can even have truffle flavoured scrambled eggs with any left overs. We know, our minds are blown too!

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