Do you know how black truffle actually tastes? Oftentimes I get tricked into ordering anything on the menu that has the word truffle in it. However, I don’t even know how it really taste because they give you so little or it could be just the “truffle flavour” only. It wasn’t until I discovered this site that sells authentic truffle online for a reasonable price, that I finally figured out how truffle really tastes! If you want to order your own black truffles or premium tea from Tan Long Tea, feel free to use my discount code: lisaeats at checkout for 15% off your entire order! There is also free shipping within Toronto!
This year I got Philip’s Pasta and Noodle Maker and have been experimenting on making various pasta and noodles! I’ve been in love with this machine! Pasta and noodles have never tasted this good in my life!!! No more store-bought stuff that takes forever to cook and has a strange plastic smell. I mean, I question how good it is for you, if it has a shelf life of a few years. I was hesitant to buy the machine at first, because I read reviews that it is hard to clean, but I don’t find that at all! You literally add your flour, water, egg, etc, and the machine does the rest in just 1-2 minutes! I’d say cleaning takes 5 minutes and cooking the pasta in boiling water takes 1-2 minutes. You save time in the end since fresh pasta cooks so fast! I cannot wait to experiment with making coloured pasta using spinach juice, beet juice, carrot juice, etc. I am not sponsored by Philips by the way! I just love the product and wanted to share my thoughts on it for those who are thinking about getting one. I also like that they have this smaller model for those who are tight on space in their kitchen (like me!). They also have a model that has a built-in scale.
Look how beautiful the spaghetti came out! I used 2 cups of whole wheat flour, 1 egg, and half a cup of water for this batch.
Black Truffle Pasta
🕝 Prep Time: 6 hrs 🕝 Cook Time: 6 mins Yield: 5 servings
- 25g black truffle
- 1 lb spaghetti
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 5 cloves garlic, minced
- salt and ground black pepper to taste
- Wash and soak truffle for 6 hours (save truffle water).
- Cook spaghetti in boiling water until al dente. Drain pasta.
- Add olive oil to skillet over medium-high heat. Cook garlic until golden, 2 minutes, then add truffle + truffle water and cook for another 4 minutes.
- Add drained spaghetti to skillet and mix well.
- Add salt and pepper to taste. Shave remaining truffle over the top.
Disclaimer: This post was not sponsored but the black truffle were gifted to me from Tan Long Tea. All opinions expressed are my own. *All images are copyrighted Lisa Eats. Please do not use or re-post without written consent and provide credit where applicable.