This deviled egg recipe is so easy it can barely be called a recipe. Truffle salt lends the earthy flavor of truffles, but you won’t have to spend a lot of money on this easy passed appetizer.Learn how to make perfect hard-boiled eggs every time.
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.
Recipe Courtesy of Delicious and SonsThis recipe uses a combination of ground beef and vegetables, but you could easily substitute chicken, pork, shrimp, vegetables, or tofu. Once filled, these dumplings freeze very well. Always make more than you need and store the rest in the freezer for a quick dinner.
A true flavor savior, Chef Sunny Jin has infused Oregon truffles and truffle oil into numerous dishes served at his award-winning restaurant, Jory at the Allison Inn, in Newberg, Oregon. And like any good evangelist, he’s spreading the good word by sharing his favorite Oregon truffle oil recipes with The Daily Meal.“Truffle butter is a great accompaniment with fresh sliced bread, grilled corn on the cob, and also a great enhancement for mashed potatoes,” says Jin while munching on truffle-Parmesan popcorn which, he adds, “should be made fresh and enjoyed immediately with your favorite movie. And I recommend the truffled apple-fennel slaw for more than a side dish. This could possibly be my new favorite hotdog garnish!”
Make these incredible cookie truffles for your next holiday gathering! You won't belive how much flavor some butter, chocolate, and whipping cream adds to these cookies.This recipe is courtesy of Esteemed Pastry Chef: Lior Lev Sercarz.
Inspired by Escaoutoun, a traditional Gascon dish made with cornmeal and cream, this comforting recipe is an Easter favorite.
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This recipe for vegan and gluten-free Healthy Almond Truffles was created by Miryam Quinn Doblas, Registered Dietitian (RD). Although you don’t usually think of truffles as being healthy, this recipe is made only from all natural, nutrient-dense ingredients and contains no added sugars. They’re packed with health benefits from almonds, including protein, dietary fiber, heart-healthy fats, antioxidants and minerals. The gorgeous reddish color makes them a perfect treat to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but you can enjoy them anytime you have a sweet tooth. Find other delectable recipes like this one on Nuts.com’s blog.The base of the truffles is made from a mixture of blanched almond flour, almond butter and pitted dates. Almond flour is a gluten-free alternative to wheat-based flours, and it’s super handy because it serves as a one-to-one substitute for all purpose flour. It’s also low in carbohydrates, and packed with protein, fiber and healthy fats. For a double punch of almond power, the almond butter lends extra nutrition and also serves as a binder to help the truffles keep their shape. Potassium-packed pitted dates are naturally sweet so there’s no need to add extra sweeteners to the recipe.Miryam creatively made the reddish coating for these truffles out of crushed freeze-dried raspberries and shredded coconut. This mixture lends the truffles the perfect tint of color and fruity flavor. To accentuate the Valentine’s theme, you can even shape them into hearts. The truffles only take about 15 minutes to make, and you can store them in the fridge for several days. You’ll have delicious, good-for-you treats the whole week long! That is, if you can refrain from eating them all within a couple days.
Coat these no-bake, no-cook cookie dough truffles in rich chocolate-hazelnut spread. These desserts are easy, but messy to make — the kids will love to help! Recipe courtesy of Ben Roche, a top pastry chef in the U.S.