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How to Cook With Black Truffle Sea Salt?

There are a lot of salts on the market, but few can compare to the rich flavor of the black truffle. Rich with nutty overtones and hinting spices, this salt can make a bold statement in your cooking. Rich with both flavor and color, it's easy to see why it has become such a popular addition to Italian cuisine.

Sicilian Sea Salt, Black Summer Truffle, (aka. Black Truffle) This salty finishing salt is a delicate combination of Italian White Truffles, aged trapano, and aged Sicilian Sea Salt. This sea salt is perfect for pairing with just about any meat. Best enjoyed when paired with Chicken Parmesan, lasagna, prime rib, prime steak, pork, steak, and pasta, as well as seafood. The flavor is so rich that you might not even realize it's there!

Sicilian Sea Salt, Black Truffle, (aka. Black Truffle) This salty finishing salt offers a unique blend of flavor from the white truffle and the truffle salt. It's a true sweet/salty delight with a rich, salty, buttery, and sweet flavor. Best enjoyed when paired with Pasta, prime rib, lasagna, prime steak, pork, and seafood. Sprinkle with fresh parsley, lemon wedges, or cilantro.

An Italian delight, the truffle, made by trapped air in the seeds of an Escarole potato, is a very rich and creamy cheese that pairs perfectly with the flavors of strawberry sauce, lemon juice, and olive oil. The flavor is heavy and goes great with fish, meat, poultry, and seafood. To enhance its richness, grate it with a salt sprinkling. Another way to add a dose of Truffle salt is to sprinkle it over pasta or polenta, and then top it with pasta sauce.

Tuscan Sea Salt, Black Truffle, or Salvatore Di Pigna, also known as "the rock salt", is made from the Italian black truffle sea salt mined in the Tuscany region of Italy. It's so rich and creamy that it pairs well with strawberry sauce, tomatoes, cheese, cream, and olive oil. It enhances the flavor of seafood, poultry, fish, soups, and vegetables. You'll love its flavor when melting cheese on its own or when you grind it to make your own cheese sauces. Add it to salads or spice up cold beverages like ice tea.

Popcorn, although often overlooked as food, can also be used in cooking and seasoning. Most often, we put popcorn on popcorn poppers to cook popcorn kernels, but we often leave the garnish off because we think it hides the great flavor of the black truffles. While it does help to minimize the appearance of the popcorn, it's the flavor that we're looking for and it also goes great with many other foods, not just popcorn. One of the flavors that pops up frequently in cooking with this salty finishing salt is "butter".

Butter is an earthy flavor that pairs well with black truffles. We usually pair it with applesauce, and some people even use it as a meat tenderizer. Although it can be difficult to find, butter is sometimes available at farmer's markets. It's very similar to the flavor of raw honey.

If you make your own savory crackers, such as Reuben or tomato, then you can enjoy the same rich flavors found in the black truffle. The key is to mix it right with the right ingredients so the flavor is enhanced without overpowering it. Using this salt in any of your savory cracker recipes will add a salty dimension that will enhance the flavors of these crackers. By making your own savory crackers, you can make a healthy version of this famous candy without adding unhealthy fats and calories.