Just a spoonful of this aromatic black truffle sauce also known as " salsa tartufata" is pure culinary magic on just about any savory dish. To create a chunky, umami-enriched sauce, our artisans combine earthy Agaricus bisporus (European mushrooms) and extra-virgin olive oil with bits of fragrant Italian black and summer truffles,cooked in olive oil with a touch of garlic and lightly seasoned with salt and pepper to create this masterful ingredient. Simply add it to any dish, and let it work its dark, truffle magic.
How To Use Tartufi Jimmy Italian Black Truffle Mushroom Sauce
When it comes to uses, the only limit is your imagination. We love tossing it with pasta, mixing it into scrambled eggs, adding it to sauces and gravies—or using it to make luxurious garlic bread. This savory truffle sauce comes to us from Tartufi Jimmy, a top purveyor of rare truffles and authentic truffles from Italy.
- Cultivated mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus)
- Sunflower seed oil
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Truffles Blacks: summer truffle (Tuber aestivum Vitt), black truffle (Tuber melanosporum Vitt)
- Black olives
It may Contain traces of Tuber Brumale.
Nutritional information (100g):
- Energy value Kj 997/242 Kcal
- Fats 23.9 g
- - Which of saturated 3.17 g
- Carbohydrates 1 g
- - Which of Sugars 0.9 g
- Protein 4.3 g
- Fiber 2.9 g
- Salt 1.6g
Use: for starters, first and second courses.
Method of preservation: after opening keep refrigerated up to 7 days.
Size: 3.1 Oz / 90 gr
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.