Truffle’ish

 5,00 25,00

Truffle’ish serves as a substitute or supplement to truffle. It is excellent in pastas, risottos and stuffing as well as for marinating vegetables. Sprinkle over your dishes for aroma and taste. Use it for your Truffle’ish mayo, or in sauces and dressings for extra taste and character.

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Frank’s top tips for truffle’ish

  1. Truffle’ish also works perfectly to support and enhance the truffle flavour in dishes with fresh truffle
  2. Make a fantastic barbecue marinade by mixing Truffle’ish with olive oil, herbs and lemon juice
  3. Truffle dip deluxe: Take your snacking experience to new heights with a dip made from Greek yoghurt, black pepper and Truffle’ish – perfect for potato chips and vegetables
 
 
 

Description

Truffle’ish alternativ to truffle taste and truffle oil

Truffleísh serves as a substitute or complement to truffle.
Suitable for pasta dishes or stuffing, risotto and marinating vegetables. As a topping and flavouring or simply to sprinkle over dishes.
Use it with your mayo, sauce or dressing to add flavour and character.

Dosage: Use we recommend 1-3% depending on the tasting profile. Mostly 2 g. per meal

Durability: Minimum 30  months from packaging date

Storage: Store the product in a dark cool place away from light sources.

Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts
Pr. 100 g. of granulesIn use of 3%
Energy1015 kJ/ 243 kcal30 kJ/ 7,17 kcal
Fat3,4 g.0,10 g.
Of which saturates0 g.0.000 g.
Total Carbohydrate49,4 g.1,46 g.
Of which sugars0 g.0,0 g
Proteins5,9 g.0,17 g.
Salt25 g.0,75 g.

Ingredients


INGREDIENTS

Corn flour*, salt, onion*, yeast extract*, and flavors from natural vegetal extracts.

*organic

All Uhhmami products are: 

  • Organic
  • Plant-based / Vegan
  • No additives
  • GMO free
  • Color free
  • Allergen free
  • Gluten free
  • Lactose free
  • Soy free
  • No sugar
  • All natural
  • Just super tasty

No Allergens

ALLERGENS LISTED IN ANNEX II OF REGULATION (EU) NO 1169/2011

SUBSTANCES OR PRODUCTS CAUSING ALLERGIES OR INTOLERENCECONTAINS
Cereals containing gluten, namely: wheat (such as spelt and khorasan wheat), rye, barley, oats or their hybridized strains, products thereof.NO
Crustaceans and products thereofNO
Eggs and products thereofNO
Fish and products thereofNO
Peanuts and products thereofNO
Soybeans and products thereofNO
Milk and produts thereof (including lactose)NO
Nuts, namely: almonds (Amygdalus communis L.), hazelnuts (Corylus
avellane), walnuts (Juglans regia), cashews (Anacardium occidentales),
pecan nuts (Carya illinoense (Wangenh.) K.Koch), Brazil nuts (Bertholletia NO excels), pistachio nuts (Pistacia vera), macadamia or Queensland nuts
(Macadamia ternfolia) and products thereof
NO
Celery and products thereofNO
Mustard and products thereofNO
Sesame seeds and products thereofNO
Sulphur dioxide and sulphites in concentrations of more than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/litre in terms of the total SO2 which are to be calculated for products as proposed ready for consumption or as reconstituted product according to the instructions of the manufacturersNO
Lupin and products thereof.NO
Molluscs and products thereofNO

Sensory Parameters

ColorGrey / yellow
TasteForrest and truffle
AspectPowder

Microbiological values

E coli<10 (cfu/g)
SalmonellaAbsent in 25 g
Listeria monocytAbsent in 25 g

Law

Law

Regulation (EU) 1169/2011 of the European Parliament and the Council of 25 October 2011 on the provision of food information to consumers.

Regulation (EU) 1881/2006 of the Commission on the setting maximum levels for certain contaminants in foodstuffs.

Regulation (EU) 396/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council on maximum residue limits for pesticides in food and feed of plant and animal origin.

Council Regulation No. 834/2007 on organic production and organic products labeling. Product checked with metal detection and foreign matter control.

A note from Frank

Truffle’ish is not designed to replace fresh black truffles – nothing can or should. On the other hand, this variant is a great alternative to truffle oil and puree. The aroma and flavour of truffle is simply purer, and it’s even cheaper than the aforementioned products.

You can incorporate Truffle’ish in any context where you would normally think a dose of truffle would be nice: in a truffle or mushroom stuffing, in a hummus, in dressings, light sauces, risotto and pasta. Our Beef’ish practically screams for a sprinkle of Truffle’ish when making sauce. The combination of these two products is truly explosive.

Truffle’ish is great for adding a boost of umami to everything from vegetables to pasta, and even animal dishes for that matter – the only limit is your imagination.

Frank Lantz

Founder & Michelin chef

Frank’s Top Tips for Truffle’ish

  1. Truffle’ish also works perfectly to support and enhance the truffle flavour in dishes with fresh truffle
  2. Make a fantastic barbecue marinade by mixing Truffle’ish with olive oil, herbs and lemon juice
  3. Truffle dip deluxe: Take your snacking experience to new heights with a dip made from Greek yoghurt, black pepper and Truffle’ish – perfect for potato chips and vegetables
  4. Make an umami-rich truffle stock by mixing Truffle’ish and Beef’ish. Use it for risotto, mushroom soups and the like
  5. Does your pizza need a dose of truffle? Make a delicious spread by mixing Truffle’ish with cream cheese or hum- mus. Spread it on the pizza base and finish with your other favourite toppings for an unmistakable truffle experience
  6. Make a creamy truffle sauce by boiling cream in a saucepan with Truffle’ish and Chee’ish. Use it with freshly cooked pasta and watch the joy spread

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