How to Make Fresh, Unseasoned Truffles With Fine Grains?
Black truffle sea salt is a fabulous addition to the kitchen arsenal of many chefs. Natural sea salt enhanced with black truffles, the truffle is an interesting and flavorful combination that is easy to serve with food and drinks that are high in salt content. A great finishing salt to complement red meat dishes, pasta, vegetable, and egg dishes.
Grain size (fine): Fine (0.1 mm-0.3 mm).
Please note: Fine salt cannot be used for baking and cooking due to the size of the truffle flakes, which are much too small to penetrate into the food or drink. It is important to keep in mind that any coarse salt is too coarse for any food preparation or cooking.
For the most successful use of black truffle sea salt, you will need to be careful about how you choose your grinder. Using a coarse grinder may cause some of the smaller flakes to fall out of the container, which can be a nuisance, especially if the truffle is served cold.
There are many fine grinders on the market today, and the choice can be rather confusing. In this article, I am going to give you my advice on the best grinder for you, based on my own experiences and what I have used to prepare my recipes.
Most people choose the Cuisinart grinder as their first choice, due to its high-quality design, and the ability to grind a variety of foods from the truffle such as eggs, fish, meats, and vegetables. The Cuisinart is a very good all-round machine for many recipes and is also a popular choice for a number of chefs, and as I said above, for the first time cooks.
The downside with this machine is that it is not very versatile and does not have a fine grain texture, so it will not be able to finely grind truffles from the sea. However, for those who love their sea salts, but do not want a coarse salt, I would recommend the KitchenAid Artisan grinder. This grinder is not as powerful as the Cuisinartier but is still a strong, reliable machine, and very easy to use.
The Fine-grain truffles that you get from this machine are just perfect for cooking with white sauces or with meats, so it is perfect for pasta and fish dishes. Plus it has a higher quality fine grain texture that gives you that fine taste you will only get from fine sea salt.
When choosing between the Fine-grain and coarse grain truffles, keep in mind the amount of salt that you are using in each dish. You will want to make sure that both the coarse grains are equal to each other in terms of flavor, salt, and other minerals so that it has the same effect.
The Fine-grain truffles are also very economical because they do not have to be used often and so can easily go into your freezer for later use. Also, with the fine grains, you do not need to buy them every time you need a large number of truffles for baking, cooking, and other purposes.
Of course, you can always use a more expensive grinder such as the Grundfos or some other brand name, but I personally prefer to make my black truffles at home with a fine grain grinder. They are a lot easier to make, and you can experiment with different flavors and textures. My favorite is to make a coarse salt and then grind up the truffles until they are very fine and creamy.
Truffles made with coarse grains are harder to finely grind and are also much harder to serve. The reason is that they are not as fine and tend to have less of a texture than fine grains, but with a fine grain grinder you can produce the exact same effect, but using much less salt. Therefore, this type of truffle salt makes for a lot of fresh, unseasoned truffles and is good for baking and other cooking activities.
I personally prefer using a fine grain, because when making black truffles for baking and other dishes, I can mix in some fine grains for extra flavor. This is a good combination of the two types of truffles that will give you more options.