Black Truffle Butter
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Beloved by celebrity chefs and home cooks alike, our top-selling black truffle butter is chock-full of real truffles. It’s a foolproof way to make everything from pastas to eggs—and even popcorn—taste better.
Just the facts
- All-natural ingredients
- Small-batch production
- Real truffles
- Ideal for meat, sauces, pastas
- Freezes beautifully
- Allergens: Contains milk, soy, wheat, mushrooms, seeds
- Product of USA
- For best taste, use or freeze within 14 days of receipt and/or by the expiration date on the package
Little known fact: many truffle recipes include what we like to think of as truffle reinforcements, that is, truffle oil, butter or juice. This creates a nuanced flavor with depth and dimension.
To inspire your culinary creativity, we offer black truffle butter so studded with real truffle pieces that it’s hard to see the butter.
We take special care to get the right ratio of truffle pieces in each batch so the sweet creaminess of the butter is perfectly balanced with robust, earthy truffle flavor and heady aroma. Because there’s nothing more disappointing than a streak of plain old butter amidst the black truffles.
Truffle butter is one of those ingredients that will forever change the way you cook. A dollop on a seared steak, or a few pats tucked under chicken skin are revelatory.
Cooking & Serving
Put a pat of truffle butter on top of a seared steak just before serving. Toss it with hot pasta and melt it over braised, steamed or sautéed vegetables.
Massage a chicken with truffle butter before roasting. A dollop stirred into a pan sauce at the last minute will thicken the sauce and bring powerful truffle flavor.
For a midday or weekend snack, keep it simple like the French do, and spread truffle butter on a piece of bread. And for an elegant but easy hors d’oeuvre, try black truffle butter on bread or crackers, topped with a slice of saucisson sec (our recipe). Nothing could be easier—or tastier.
Truffle butter stores well in the freezer, so you can stock up and always have the incredible taste of black truffles on hand when you need (or crave) it.