Truffle Butter Recipes


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Truffle butter is an excellent and easy way to prepare wild truffles. Nothing is better than a Perfect Cooked Steak with some truffle butter on top before serving. Also try it on fresh cooked vegetables (corn, baked potatoes, etc.). How about combining this butter with cooked pasta? The ways to use and eat this wonderful truffle butter are endless. Let your imagination be your guide!

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Truffle Butter Recipes:

Recipe Type: Oregon Truffles, Truffle Oil, Butters
Yields: 1 pound butter
Prep time: 10 min


Truffle Butter Using Truffles:

2 to 4 ounces black or white truffles
1 pound unsalted butter, room temperature
Coarse sea salt or fleur de sel

In a small bowl, clean the truffles and grate them into the butter; gently combine the truffle distributing them as evenly as possible. Taste to determine how much truffle you preferred. Season with salt to taste.

On a large piece of plastic wrap, spoon the butter/truffle mixture and form into a log, about 1-inch thick. Wrap the log tightly. May also transfer the butter to a ramekin or crock, and cover securely. Let the flavors blend at room temperature for several hours. Refrigerate for up to 3 days, or freeze for up to 1 month. Serve at room temperature.

 

Truffle Butter Using Truffle Oil:
If you can't find (or even afford) fresh truffles, try this version using white truffle oil.

1 pound unsalted butter, room temperature
White truffle oil to taste
Coarse sea salt or fleur de sel

In a small mixing bowl, combine the butter and truffle oil together. Season with salt to taste.

On a large piece of plastic wrap, spoon the butter/truffle mixture and form into a log, about 1-inch thick. Wrap the log tightly. May also transfer the butter to a ramekin or crock, and cover securely. Refrigerate for up to 3 days, or freeze for up to 1 month. Serve at room temperature.

 


 

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