Luxurious and aromatic, bulk Fusion Black Truffle Salt is a delicious blend of natural sea salt and highly-rated Italian black truffle. One of Italy s most loved gourmet treats, the Italian black truffle possesses a unique, earthy mushroom taste that food producers and chefs truly treasure for its ability to elevate their foods & dishes to new heights. And it's easy to see why! This product is a huge hit with chefs.
In addition to being savored by professional chefs, the all-natural black truffle sea salt creates a delightful table salt alternative for consumers. No longer does this salty treat need to be purchased in large quantities. It can be easily stored on pantry shelves or in a countertop salt bin. Because it maintains a crystal clear, salty texture, it is a fine substitute for regular table salt. When added to soups or stews, black truffle salt creates a satisfying crunch while also retaining a texture that is rich, nutty, and somewhat cheesy.
With multiple uses for seafood as well as red meat, this product is a versatile, excellent value. Not only can it be used in a pinch to add flavor to light salads and soups, but it also works great on grilled meat and fish. Best of all, this sea salt alternative retains a much higher melting point than typical brine salts, making it a good match for searing and grilling. For a classic summertime salad that is also easy to make, toss shredded romaine lettuce with dark green leaves, white wine vinegar, and shredded carrots before tossing with baby tomatoes and cucumbers for an invigorating, bright taste. This salad is easy, fresh, and tasty.
Pair sea salt and fresh spinach in a vinaigrette sauce for an economical yet zesty flavor that goes well with any pasta dish. Toss chopped mushrooms softened cream cheese and shaved parmesan onto a plate and drizzle with olive oil as you toss it onto a plate. Thin strips of sage leaves can be sprinkled over the top and allowed to stand for a few minutes to give the herb's a nice dark color. This vinaigrette makes a light and simple addition to a wide range of pasta dishes, and its simplicity allows for expansion when necessary.
A black truffle also works wonders in a tomato and fettuccini Alfredo sauce. Heat softened Italian sausage in a pan until it begins to partially melt. Add chopped mushrooms, chopped fettuccini, and a bit of pepper. Stir to combine. Then carefully place in a saucepan over low heat until the mushrooms begin to cook, stirring constantly.
For a much less expensive way to enjoy truffles, substitute refined white sugar for black salt. Since the sugar doesn't release toxic levels in the water, it retains much of its all-natural flavor. It also adds a smooth, mellow flavor to soups and stews, as well as melts well when added to pasta or grilled dishes. It's perfect for people who don't like black flavors since it has no discernable bitterness.
Truffles can also be enjoyed on their own, by purchasing them and then placing them, cut side down, into a warm oil such as olive oil. Allow them to steam until soft, then carefully flip them over so that they are completely dry. Season them according to your taste with fresh Rosemary leaves and then season them again with salt before serving. They are best eaten the day after they are made, but you may bake them the night before and store them in the refrigerator until ready to eat. This allows for maximum freshness.
Sprinkling black truffle salt on top of just about any dish will dramatically enhance the flavor. This is true whether you are making a simple appetizer, a hearty main dish, or a sweet treat for those special occasions. The rich flavor is one of the many reasons that truffles are a perennial favorite at fine restaurants throughout the world. So keep the table alive with these tips and your next dinner party will be a surefire hit!