Einbinder Emily
  • Posted 4 years ago by Einbinder Emily
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For four people, the salad recipe If you have friends or family members to impress and feed, this is perfect! It’s such a summery recipe but it can also be part of wintery dinner or eaten before a wine and cheese tasting

To make this tasty salad, you will need the following ingredients:

Of course the black truffles, you can get them here:

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- 1.4 ounces of black truffles (40g)

- 9 ounces (250 g) of mixed greens

- One cup of peanut oil

- One coffee spoon of mustard

 – White vinegar coffee spoon, light salt and pepper

This is so easy to make but the result is fantastic!

Four days before your meal, prepare the truffle oil. Clean the fresh truffles correctly, dry them and put them in a jar with the peanut oil. The oil is going to incorporate the taste and flavors of the black truffles.

The day of the meal, take out the truffles from the jar with the oil and shave them. With the perfumed oil, make a light dressing using just a little bit of the other ingredients. Decorate with crunchy slices of black truffles on top of the salad. Parisian flair’s trick: This salad is delicious with a jacket potato (pomme de terre en robe des champs) Miam!

The Truffle à la croque au sel (toasted salt) for four people

It’s a perfect easy recipe, a delight, a treat and great appetizer. You will need, the following ingredients:

- Five fresh truffles of about 0.7 ounces (20 g)

- 3.5 ounces of butter (100 g de beurre)

- Cooking salt from Guérande (gros sel de Guérande)

- And the best farmhouse bread you can find  (pain de campagne)

An hour before, prepare the truffle butter by taking a truffle and shaving it thinly. Incorporate these slices to the butter, which will be presented in small portions on each plate. Cut the others truffles in thin slices and arrange them in each plate. On top of it sprinkle a dessert spoon of cooking salt from Guérande. Toast the bread in a toaster until it’s golden. Spread butter on each tartines with truffle butter and add the salted truffle slices. Remember to enjoy, close your eyes and eat slowly

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