Truffe Noire® Gouda - Truffle Cheese
350 grams / pack
Mild Cheese with Italian truffles.
This creamy smooth Gouda style cheese has a generous sprinkling of delicate black Italian summer truffles, the gem of modern gastronomy, the hard-to-get delicacy. Aged only in a short period of time to offer a fresh cheese with intense flavor of truffles. Cheesy delight with enhanced with garlicky, nutty and earthy flavor and fragrance.
Serving a cheese platter as a separate course after a meal has been an old European tradition and as such, it has managed to weave its way to the menus of US top restaurants. It is the favorite of truffle lovers, chefs, and food lovers!
Type: fresh, semi-soft
How to Serve:
- great eaten raw
- layered or sprinkled on risotto or pasta or pizza dishes
- exciting to shave over a fried egg
- excellent mix with butter or cream sauces
- perfect pair with your good old bread or bold red wine
- the hyped up half of mac n' cheese
- works well with grilled cheese sandwich or melted fondue
Wine pairing: red wine, Cabernet, pinot noir, sparkling wine
Cheese platter: salted almonds, salami, cured meats
Cheese board: Mozzarella di Bufala - Truffle Noire Gouda - Grana Padano
This cheese is an excellent source of calcium and protein just like any other. But the addition of truffles, a highly nutritious fungus, gives it a little more boost. While little, concentrated amount of truffles in the cheese has potential benefits with their antibacterial properties, antioxidant contents and some vitamins and minerals as well.
Ingredients: Pasteurized cows milk, cheese culture, vegetarian rennet, Italian truffles, salt.
*allergen information: contains milk
Storage: Wrap in cheese paper or waxed or parchment paper and refrigerate.
Shelf Life: 2 weeks refrigerated
Delivery and packaging: vacuum sealed, 350 grams / pack
Truffle Noire Pork Loin Steaks
1 pack Pork Loin Steaks
1 tbsp butter
1/4 cup red wine (or according to taste)
Truffe Noire Cheese
Salt and ground black pepper
Rub salt and pepper on the steaks to season.
Heat butter on a pan over medium heat and sauté the pork loins with red wine.
Cook until the meat is tender and golden brown.
Place on a serving plate.
Top with grated Truffe Noire cheese and allow to melt.
Sprinkle with tarragon herbs.
Serve with salad and enjoy!