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Olive oil truffle flavor, 100 ml

Olive oil truffle flavor, 100 ml

Truffle Flavors to Elevate Traditional Olive Oil

Make it snow truffle with this black truffle olive oil! The fruity flavors of the olive paired with the character of dehydrated black truffle make this recipe the perfect balance to drizzle over beef carpaccio or seared scallops.

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How to Enjoy Truffle-Flavored Olive Oil?

Generously drizzle this flavored olive oil over simple dishes such as fresh pasta, risottos, or salads. Use it as a dip for fresh bread as well. For an elegant touch, add a few drops to grilled vegetables, scrambled eggs, or pizzas.

Recipe Ideas for Cooking with Truffle Olive Oil

  • - Truffle Pasta: Cook al dente pasta and add a generous amount of truffle olive oil, then sprinkle with freshly grated parmesan and black pepper;
  • - Vegetable Carpaccio: Prepare a vegetable carpaccio using thinly sliced vegetables like zucchinis and beets, season with truffle olive oil, salt, and pepper;
  • - Truffle Risotto: Add truffle olive oil to your creamy risotto. Top with parmesan shavings and fresh parsley;
  • - Truffle-Infused Fish Fillet: Drizzle truffle olive oil over cooked fish fillet, add rosemary and garlic;
  • - Roasted Potatoes: Roast potatoes with truffle olive oil, rosemary, and garlic.

The Delicacy of Truffle-Flavored Olive Oil

Truffle-flavored olive oil exudes an enchanting aroma that combines the aromatic richness of truffle with the fruity sweetness of olive oil. It releases earthy and delightfully fragrant notes, creating a perfect balance between the intensity of truffle and the smoothness of olive oil.

Truffle-Hunting Animals

Truffles, buried underground, elude human detection. Therefore, truffle hunters, called "caveurs," inevitably have to partner with a companion possessing a highly developed sense of smell, typically a trained pig or dog. A third actor, the fly, also plays a role in the truffle detection and search process.

Maison Balme: A Passion Passed Down Through Generations

The genesis of Maison Balme is rooted in a family passion for truffles, dating back more than a century in Vaucluse and passed down through generations among truffle growers.

In 2013, Thomas Balme, the bearer of this heritage, shared this passion with his Basque friend, Mikel Poueyts, and gave birth to Maison Balme. Their goal: to unite the gastronomic riches of their respective regions and make truffles accessible to everyone. Over the years, these two accomplices gathered around them epicurean producers, all passionate about their terroirs and food quality. From artisanal charcuterie in Biarritz to biscuit-making in Bidart, and a house specializing in duck and poultry in the Landes, each partner contributed to creating a diverse range of delights.

Not to mention Uncle Géo Balme, a true truffle expert, who traveled across France in search of the best varieties. Thus, Maison Balme embodies an ode to gastronomic tradition, conviviality, and the discovery of authentic flavors.

Learn more about Maison Balme's expertise.

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Price/kg 0
Allergen Absence
Native country FRANCE
Ingredients extra virgin olive oil (59%), grapeseed oil (35.9%), dehydrated black
truffle (Tuber melanosporum Vitt.) 0.6%, natural flavor, aroma.
Made in a factory that use nuts and sesame.
Nutritional Info VN Energie pour 100 g (energy for 100g) : 3700 kJ / 900 kcal
VN Matière grasse (fat) : 100 g
Dont acide gras saturés (of which saturated fat) : 17 g
VN Glucides (carbohydrate) : 0 g
Dont sucres (of which sugars) : 0 g
VN Protéines (protein) : 0 g
Vn Sel (salt) : 0 g