Regalis Black Truffle Balsamic Glaze - 250 ml
Item #: TPP050
Our Price: $40.00
 
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Description 

 

This 18 year aged balsamic-black truffle glaze hails from Modena, Italy, the one and only source for thick, luscious, aromatic aceto di balsamico, a classic Italian condiment that’s been celebrated the world over. Infused with intoxicating flavor of real black winter truffles, this amazing balsamic glaze is so dense it can be drizzled over roasted vegetables or creamy cheeses or tossed with fresh berries.

 

One 250 ml bottle

 

See our recipe below for "Double-Truffled Roast Turkey," and for even more recipes and ideas, visit the Earthy Delights Blog!

Recipes

Double Truffled Roast Turkey
Seems like everybody is making roast turkey with truffle butter these days. But we've come up with our own recipe that is, hands down, one of the best we've ever tried. Using a really good truffle butter adds a big boost of flavor, but finishing the turkey with Black Truffle Balsamic Glaze at the last minute really takes this version to the next level.

Long, gentle roasting in a moderate oven keeps the meat moist and tender, while allowing the intoxicating truffle flavor and aroma to permeate the entire bird. Just try this recipe once and prepare to be captivated by the mouthwatering results. You'll love it and your guests will too.


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Eggplant with Trumpet Royale Mushrooms
Balsamic vinegar adds deep, rich notes to the otherwise mild flavors of eggplant and mushrooms. Like many of our favorite dishes, this recipe uses just a few good ingredients and lets their complementary flavors shine through.
Be sure to use a good quality balsamic vinegar, not a cheap imitation.
It makes all the difference in the world.

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Seared Duck Liver with Morel Mushrooms, Pickled Ramps & Balsamic Black Truffle Glaze
Our friends, Bob & Linda at The Old Strawberry Farm in Tidewater, Oregon, keep us supplied with fresh duck livers, duck eggs and other duck-related delicacies that we’d otherwise have a hard time finding. If you don’t have a ready source for duck livers, you can substitute chicken livers – but they won’t be as large, as rich or as silky-smooth.
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