Bianchetto Truffle Sauce
The Bianchetto Truffle Sauce is a specialty worth getting to know better. It is prepared with the "little brother" of the white truffle, which has taste and quality similar to that of the more illustrious relative. Processed according to old family recipes, the Bianchetto truffle is made into a light and tasty cream, ideal for enriching excellent pasta dishes, but also for being enjoyed simply on toasted bread, not to miss anything of its exquisite taste.
Type: Bianchetto Truffle Sauce
Producer: Longhi tartufi
Made in: Marche (Italia)
Peso netto: 25 g
The bianchetto truffle is a very interesting variety among the family of truffles. The is highly sought after in the Marche. Outwardly it can be confused with the white truffle, their appearances are very similar, but the scent is not as strong, while maintaining its intense and pleasant flavour. The tartofaner and his trusty hound look for bianchetto truffle between January and April, and it can be found in the hilly areas and particularly close to trees such as pine, oak, poplar and hazel.
Bianchetto truffle 89% (Tuber albidum Pico), sunflower oil, Salt, Flavours. Nutritional values for 100 gr: Energy: Kcal 119, KJ 494; Proteins 3,7 g.; Carbohydrates 0,5 g. of which 0,0 g.; Fats 10,2 g. of which satured fatty acids 2,7 g.; Dietary fibers 5,6 g., Salt 2,9 g.
General Information: Truffle Sauces are delicious both au naturel and added to meals during the final stage of cooking. How to eat: Great spread on toasted bread or canape to serve delicious appetizers. Perfect for season pasta: just slightly heat them up in a pan with the addition of a drop of pasta cooking water, to make them more fluid. Once cooked and drained pasta, according to the specific cooking suggestions, add it to the truffle cream chosen and blended for a few minutes over medium heat.