Truffle Salt History

Although using truffles to flavor salt is not a new concept, the commercial product became popular in the U.S. around 2006. A U.S. importer of Italian foods, Ritrovo, first introduced this magnificent product. Truffle salt was an immediate success and remains so today. Now, FoodsCross introduces this marvelous product to the Greeks -time to taste the captivating flavored with real black truffle salt. So, below we suggest a few uses. Try them all!

Eggs – Sprinkle truffle salt in your egg-based dishes—scrambled eggs, baked eggs, omelettes
Risotto – Truffle salt adds a subtle richness to creamy risottos
Potatoes – Use truffle salt in place of regular salt on baked potatoes or French fries
Bruschetta – Make bruschetta with extra virgin olive oil or butter, sprinkle with truffle salt
Salad Dressings – Mix with olive oil before making vinaigrette to make a “truffled salad dressing”
Baked Pasta – Stir a teaspoon into a cup of ricotta cheese and use the truffled cheese for baked pasta dishes
Accent Foie Gras – Sprinkle over foie gras or pate
Sushi – Use truffle salt instead of soy sauce to add flavor to sushi or other raw fish dishes
Cream Sauce – Truffle your cream sauces with this easy condiment
Truffle Salt on PastaT – Toss pasta with Truffle & Salt and truffle oil for a dish with simple elegance
Truffled Marinades – Use in marinades to add deep truffle flavor to cooked meats
Popcorn with Truffle Salt – Open a bottle of chilled champagne and pour into glasses, pop some popcorn, add butter and truffle salt and toast to this fun idea!
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