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How to make an easy and tasty meal with truffles

Truffle recipes: how to easily cook with truffles to keep its perfect taste? Truffles are usually a connoisseur’s choice. It’s true they are expensive. But why not give it a try? It’s simple to have an amazing meal with easy and cheap ingredients and where the truffle is the queen of the pallet. Instead of buying a nice piece of meat or fish, you will need simple ingredients and a little amount of this wonderful mushroom. These truffles recipes are Parisian flair’s favorite for any occasions.

It’s nice to eat and enjoy than eat only because you are hungry. Truffles are not only for five star restaurants, they can also be part of your kitchen from time to time. « La truffe est le diamant de la cuisine » / « truffles are the kitchen’s diamonds » would say JeanAnthelme Brillat-Savarin, famous French gastronome of the 16th Century. It’s the best idea for a romantic lunch or dinner, for a get together with an old friend and so on. If you invite someone over for this meal, choose a person that has flair, enjoys good food and has nice taste buds. You can also surprise a curious person who never tried truffles before. Maybe they’ll become a new member of the truffle lover club?

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Truffle omelet for two

In order to make this perfect omelet, you will need the following ingredients

  • 5 to 6 small eggs
  • A jar of 0.5 ounces (15 g) of first boiled black truffles
  • Salt and pepper

How to make the omelet mix

  • The mix has to be prepared 1 to 1 hour and 30 minutes before cooking.
  • In a hermetic container, break the eggs, cut the truffles in thin slices and keep a little portion to decorate the omelet
  • Add the truffle juice from the jar
  • Add a pinch of salt and pepper depending on your taste
  • Mix well and let it sit with the top of the container closed

How to cook the omelet

  • Preferably use a small pan to make an individual omelet (which is also a better presentation and better cooking)
  • Heat up the pan with a table spoon of peanut oil
  • When the oil is hot, pour the mix in and stir with a wooden spatula
  • Make a turnover and serve the omelet runny

Parisian flair’s tricks

Remember that if you overcook the omelet the aroma will be gone. To add some taste, crunchiness and also esthetic, you can add slices of truffles on top of each omelet. The toughest is to find good fresh truffles, which will make this recipe even tastier. Bon appétit!

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