Black Truffle Omelette


One of the most exciting findings at our local farmer’s market are those incredible black truffles this time of the year. They are the best in all sizes at the beginning of the season.

This is the ultimate of decadence!


Black Truffles

Pick only the larger ones towards to the end as the aroma becomes less intense.

1. Cut thin slices in desired amount.

Sliced Black Truffle

2. Beat the eggs (with desired quantity) for a few seconds, add sliced truffle, pinch of salt and creme fraiche.

Black Truffle Omelette

3. Gently mix in the latter two ingredients. Leave the cream lumps, they taste heavenly after they are cooked. They give the omelette a sweet and creamy texture when you have it in your mouth.

Making Black Truffle Omelette

4. Heat up the frying pan with medium heat, when the pan started to get hot, add butter. Make sure the butter is foamy yet the pan is not too hot or it will burn the butter.

Butter the Pan

5. Pour in the mixture.

Pour in Mixture

5. Turn the heat to low until it appears none liquid on the top surface.

Black Truffle Omelette

Black Truffle Omelette

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Serves: 2 Cooking Time: 15 Minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 Black truffle, thinly sliced
  • 3 Eggs
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 2 tablespoons cream fraiche

Instructions

1

1. Cut thin slices in desired amount.

2

2. Beat the eggs (with desired quantity) for a few seconds, add sliced truffle, pinch of salt and creme fraiche.

3

3. Gently mix in the latter two ingredients. Leave the cream lumps, they taste heavenly after they are cooked. They give the omelette a sweet and creamy texture when you have it in your mouth.

4

4. Heat up the frying pan with medium heat, when the pan started to get hot, add butter. Make sure the butter is foamy yet the pan is not too hot or it will burn the butter.

5

5. Pour in the mixture.

6

5. Turn the heat to low until it appears none liquid on the top surface.

Notes

Black truffles are the best in all sizes at the beginning of the season. Pick only the larger ones towards to the end as the aroma becomes less intense.

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