You can never say no to truffle salame. Salame infused with the nutty and earthy taste of truffle is a classic Italian delicacy. Rich and buttery, truffle salame is a coveted dish.
Dry-cured and aged for over three months, truffle salame incorporates bits of truffle to leave an unforgettable taste in your mouth. The deep ruby red colour will entice you. As you dig your teeth into it, a combination of rich, salty, earthy garlic and chocolate with a dash of tender sweet taste will burst inside your mouth. It works excellent as an antipasto and in salads.
Truffle has an intriguing history that goes back thousands of years. This subterranean mushroom has an irresistible aroma that attracts people. It was known as black pearls. Egyptians consumed these coated in goose fat. Church prohibited truffle, and so people stayed away from it.
During Renaissance, they made a comeback and were used in different dishes. The cuisine of Piemonte used truffles as a luxury item. Thus, truffle salame originated as a traditional and luxury dish. In the Tuscany region of Italy, truffle salame is prepared using authentic recipes that were handed down through generations.
How to use
Truffle salame is an exotic item that is saved for celebrating big occasions. It is versatile and will win your senses with its strong earthy aroma. Serve it as an appetizer along with bread or as a snack. It pairs well with red or white Burgundy wine. Truffle salame make delicious sandwiches.
Enjoy an open sandwich with truffle salame. Sliced truffle salame makes your antipasto platter complete. Mozzarella and taleggio go well with it. Serve it with cheese, olives, and other cured meat. Caesar salad and truffle salame make a great combination. Pasta alla Norcina is a traditional dish that uses truffle salame.
Approx Weight: 340g
Pork Meat, Salt, Sugar, Dextrose flavourings, Tartufo ( tuber Aestivum), Antioxidants E301, Preservatives E252, E250.