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by Jojo Frey December 04, 2017

Black Burgundy Truffle

Black burgundy truffle cut openLast month, we were surprised with the perfect gift. A truffle. Truffles are one of my favorite flavors on earth. The nutty, earthy aroma of truffles is simply unparalleled by any other ingredient.

We were gifted a beautiful truffle from Burgundy ( Tuber uncinatum). Burgundy truffles look similar to black winter truffles, but have a much more subtle, delicate scent. Our truffle santa told us that this variety is best served uncooked, as heat can lessen the aroma. So, naturally, we made a big batch of slow-churned truffle butter.

Grating truffles on homemade butter 

Mixing truffle into homemade butter

Ingredients for Truffle Butter
1 cup of butter, slow-churned
1 black truffle, finely grated
A pinch of coarse sea salt
A crack of black pepper


Place your butter in a medium mixing bowl. Cut the truffle in half. Using a microplane rasp grater, finely grate the truffle directly over the butter. Continue grating until you’re down to the hard, outer skin. Add a pinch of sea salt and some freshly-cracked black pepper to taste. We like using a coarser sea salt in this butter.

Truffle butter is a great way to preserve the aroma of truffles. Chefs recommend using truffle within five days or so. Aside from freezing it, making truffle butter is a good method to preserve the flavor. But, let’s be real… ain't no way truffle butter will last more than a few days in anyone’s fridge!!

Close-up on truffle butter

Compound butter with truffle

 Black truffles next to truffle butter

Jojo Frey
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