Dried Black Summer Truffles, produced by simply dehydrating the fresh truffles with no preservatives, are available in 2 g plastic bags or packets of 10 bags;
Cooking with Dried Black Summer Truffles: rehydrate the dried truffles in lukewarm water and use as a condiment, with the rehydration water, preferably on fresh pasta or meat dishes (see our suggested recipe); or rehydrate the truffle slices in a pan with stock, to reawaken its unmistakable aroma.They’re also an excellent ingredient for preparing sauces. The suggested serving dose is 2 g of rehydrated product per person.
Storing Dried Truffles: store at room temperature in a cool and dry place.
Suggested Recipe: Veal escalopes with porcini mushrooms and dried summer truffles
See other truffle recipes: Sulpizio Tartufi Recipe Book