Truffle honey is a Tuscan delicacy, made by infusing slivers of real truffle into sweet honey. The intense aromas of truffle honey go particularly well with ricotta and blue cheeses.
We first discovered truffle honey in La Cave a fromage where it was served to us deliciously drizzled over some soft Époisses cheese as part of a cheese platter. The honey has a savoury richness which means it’s also delicious drizzled over grilled meats. It’s pretty strong so you only need a drop or two.
We’ve found that you can buy it at Cave a fromage in Hove and it’s also available online from Amazon. Once you have some in your possession here are five delicious ways you can enjoy it.
- My favourite use for truffle honey has to be drizzled over some stinky cheese like Epoisses, stilton or brie.
- Poured over sweet seared scallops as an easy starter.
- In his culinary journal and blog, Forager Chef, Alan Bergo uses truffle honey in this recipe for Buttermilk fried chicken wings with black truffle honey, which sounds delicious.
- In this simple starter, Jason Atherton plates up burrata cheeses with figs and truffle honey.
- Spooned onto yoghurt, honey, ice-cream, fruits, popcorn or other desserts, it makes for a decadent hit to a simple sweet course.
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