NESTS BLACK TRUFFLE
The selected raw materials and the prized Black Truffle of our territory are combined and processed to make these Tagliolini according to the ancient recipe of Campofilone. The thin cut and the slow drying at low temperatures make this porous paste, impalpable in thickness, making it the authentic expression of a refined product of real class. Durum wheat flour, real eggs, pristine water and finely chopped pieces of white truffles.
No additives or preservatives are used in this artisan pasta, which creates a natural, rich cooked dish.
Use: for optimal cooking we recommend using plenty of water. At the time of boiling, add salt, pour the pasta and mix gently after it has softened. Cooking time 2/3 minutes. Pair it with a traditional meat Bolognese sauce, or perhaps a truffled cream sauce with a dash of truffle butter to really bring out that truffle flavor. A few slices of fresh truffles will finish off this dish beautifully.
Storage Method: store in a cool, dry place, away from sources of light and heat.
Made in Italy
- Durum wheat hard
- Eggs (25%)
- Juice of black truffle (truffle juice, salt)
- Truffles Blacks 1.05%: 1% Summer Truffle (Tuber aestivum Vitt), 0.05% prized black truffle (Tuber melanosporum Vitt)
Contains allergens: cereals containing gluten and products; eggs and products containing eggs.
Sizes: 8.8 oz. / 250gr
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Use: for optimal cooking we recommend using plenty of water. When boiling, add salt, pour the dough and mix gently after it has softened. Cooking time 2/3 minutes. Season with a little butter and serve hot. Add some cooking water at the end to keep the moisture
We advise you to cook black truffle tagliolini for two minutes in a large volume of boiling water, drain and finish cooking in a non-stick pan seasoning.
Or for a more simple and traditional route, simply add a spoonful of truffle butter, parmesan cheese, and slices of white and black truffles.
About Tartufi Jimmy
The Truffle hunt was originally done with pigs. "Jimmy" was the name of the pig with which Gino, the father of the founder (Giovannino), went hunting for truffles every morning. When Giovannino started his truffle business, he called the company "Tartufi Jimmy". In 1980 he started developing a product line that reflects the authenticity of simple ingredients in combination with the precious truffle. Buspro is proud to be able to import these craft products to the Netherlands. From truffle butter to truffle oil. The head office is in Pietralunga. The Tiber Valley in Umbria is attractively situated among vineyards, olive groves and oak forests. Giovannino is driven by a passion that is passed on from generation to generation.