|Size: || 4 ounces|
White Oregon truffles (Tuber Oregonense & Tuber Gibbosum)
are technically two different species that mature at different times of
the year. However, they are similar enough that they are sold as the
same product. They have a magnificent first impression with their
intense aroma. Their flavor is deliciously earthy.
truffles don't carry the same punch that the fresh European ones do,
but they’re more affordable and still have great truffle flavor. A great
way to try fresh white truffles for the first time!
Looking for oregon white truffles out of season? Consider frozen Oregon white truffles.
Your Oregon truffles will be delicious when you first receive them, but for even better flavor store them in your fridge, check them every day watching for them to “sweat” and become more aromatic. At this point they are ripe and at peak flavor.
How to Store Fresh Truffles - also includes long-term preservation tips.
The awesome aroma & flavor of white truffles can be weakened by cooking, so we recommend adding truffles when the dish is already finished, just before serving. Simply shave them raw over your favorite dish like risotto (try this white truffle risotto recipe!), mashed potatoes, pasta, cheese pizza or even scrambled eggs.
How to Use Fresh Truffles
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