Bill, is this the correct spelling?
I believe you may be referring to Funghi Trifolati. This is a method of cooking mushrooms with garlic and parsley in olive oil.
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Yes, I think chefsusie is correct on this one. Trifofolato(i) refers to the way the mushrooms are sliced, as you would slice a truffle if you were lucky enough to own one.
I'm not sure if it's exact but close. I sounded it out as best as I could. Thanks guys (and gals)
Bill, can you give us a clue as to ingredients? I'm curious and want to figure this out!
Susie is right - this is how we did fresh porcini's in Montalcino, Tuscany. Deeeeelish!
Ok Thanks everyone. It was served with razor clams and beurre noisette. But I ordered something else.
That is why I asked what ingredients - I saw you tagged your inquiry razor clams. Sounds interesting!
Now I am craving some mushrooms...but, I like mine in the form of Duxelles....mmmmm....
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
Uh, ever heard of a sausage roll?
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