Top Rated Truffle Recipes

Uncoated Cookie Truffles
You can make these with any kind of crisp cookie, whether its plain chocolate wafers, vanilla wafers, or your favorite kind of sandwich cookie like Oreos or Nutter Butters. I like to use Trader Joe’s version of Oreos.
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Truffle Grilled Cheese
Chef Kristine Mana-ay has put a gourmet spin on the classic with The Windsor's Truffle Grilled Cheese.  Pair it with a selection of craft beers or seasonal cocktails such as The Half Windsor, made with cucumber and lime it is the perfect cocktail for spring.
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Deviled Eggs
This truffled deviled egg variation is an indulgent twist on a cocktail party classic. Serve alone or as a part of a Deconstructed Salmon Niçoise Salad. — Allison Beck
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Truffled Grits
Inspired by Escaoutoun, a traditional Gascon dish made with cornmeal and cream, this comforting recipe is an Easter favorite. For more delicious Easter Dinner Ideas, click here! From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner,dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.
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Chocolate and flowers are essential on Valentine’s Day. Try combining the two into these delicious treats and surprise your loved one this year.
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Chocolate Chip Acorn Truffles
With a cookie dough center coated in chocolate and a nifty pretzel stem, these sweet “acorns” will be the hit of the Thanksgiving dessert table.
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Cake Truffles
This unique dessert surrounds an indulgent Baileys Original Irish Cream and caramel filling with a rich, moist cake finished with a smooth ganache coating.
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Bebber paired his dish, capesante salsa al tartufo Nero (Scallops with Black Truffle Sauce), with Luis Pato Vinhas Velhas white, noting at a dinner at Oceana, “White Portuguese wines are built for seafood.” Recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Massimo Bebber of Sirio Ristorante at The Pierre, New York City
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Charoset
Traditional Sephardic charoset is somewhat different from what most of us are familiar with here in America. While Ashkenazi mixtures usually include apples, walnuts, and wine, Sephardic charosets are generally date-based and include a variety of nuts (almonds, pine nuts, pistachios). One of the more interesting ways charoset is served in the Middle East is in a ball or truffle form. Moroccan seders will often serve these “Charoset Balls” rather than the spreadable charoset we are more familiar with here in America. I use pistachios because I love them, but you can substitute any nut of your choice. Making the truffles is a very sticky process, so be prepared to scrub your hands afterwards! Parents should process the ingredients in the food processor. Kids will love rolling these candy-like treats, then dipping them in the cinnamon-sugar mixture.
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A crawfish boil is a New Orlean's specialty, which is why chef Tony McPhail of the famed Commander's Palace chose to create a recipe for it for Taste of the NFL's event in New Orleans. 
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Truffles
A decadent dessert deserves a proper wine pairing. What to choose? Try a Cabernet sauvignon or Meritage. 
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