Noble Handcrafted Truffle Olive Oil
A drizzle of truffle olive oil is one of the easiest ways to level up your cooking and bring some of that truffle goodness to the table, even when it’s not truffle season. And while you may have been taught to be leery of truffle oil (fakes abound), you can trust the goodness in this bottle: The Noble line of truffle preserves are handcrafted by a 5th generation truffle-hunting family in the mountains of Northern Italy committed to harvesting only the freshest truffles around the world.
Truffle oil is generally used as a finishing oil (heat kinda kills the flavor), so drizzle this liquid gold over your salads, add a dash to mashed potatoes or gazpacho, or stir some in with your scrambled eggs. And hey, if you get creative and find a genius use for this oil, write it up as a recipe and share it with the rest of the Food52 community!
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Details & Materials -
Italian olive oil infused with truffle.
1.5" in diameter x 7" H, contains 8.5 ounces (250 mL)
Care & Notes
Oil can be stored unopened for up to 6 months, or opened for up to 3 months.
Bottle should be stored in a cool, dark place such as a cellar or cupboard. Optimal storage temperature is 41°F – 68°F (5°C – 20°C). If truffle oil is stored in a hot environment, it can lose its distinctive flavor and aroma. Do not freeze oil.
If oil is stored in the fridge, leave out for 15 minutes before using. Storing oil in the fridge will extend shelf life, but can also cause oil to become cloudy or partially solidify.
Oil is intended for use in finishing. Do not heat oil or cook with oil as it will destroy the flavor.
Shipping & Returns
Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
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