the truffle in the kitchen

To understand how to treat truffles in cooking, the first most important thing is to know the difference between white truffles and black truffles.

Knowing how to treat these two types will enable you to make the most of any dish made with truffle.


Among the white truffles we find the white truffle of Alba (Tuber magnatum Pico) and the bianchetto or marzuolo truffle (Tuber borchii Vitt. or Tuber albidum Pico).

Among the black truffles we find the prized black truffle (Tuber melanosporum Vitt.), theuncinate (Tuber uncinatum Chatin) and the black summer truffle (Tuber aestivum Vitt.).


How to use truffles in cooking?

To enhance the precious aromas of white truffles, it is recommended to use them raw. Then slice them directly on the plate while still hot, using the special truffle slicer.

For black truffles, however, the emulsion with some excellent extra virgin oil olive will let their different aromas be released and expressed to the fullest.

Of course, never forget a pinch of salt!

The choice of carefully selected ingredients will also enhance our truffles.

In addition, creating simple dishes will help us to have a guaranteed result while respecting the authentic flavor of the truffle.


You just have to try it! Purchase our fresh truffles (strictly observing seasonality).

With a few simple ingredients you will be able to bring out the best in your truffles!