Summer truffle 200gr (Aestivum truffle)
Summer truffle 200gr (Aestivum truffle)
Summer truffle 200gr (Aestivum truffle)
Summer truffle 200gr (Aestivum truffle)

Summer truffle 200gr (Aestivum truffle)

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Do you like to eat well? Do you like to please your guests as much as possible?

Don't hesitate, and add truffles to your dishes!

Net weight: 200gr

Truffle harvested from May to October.

Aestivum truffle variety

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PRODUCT INFORMATION "Summer Truffle 200gr (Truffle Aestivum)"

No preservatives or colorings.

Net weight: 200gr, can be one or more truffles.

Use in: 7 to 10 days.

What is the 200GR summer truffle?

The Teruel 200GR summer truffle is a type of truffle (Tuber aestivum) that grows during the summer months in the province of Teruel, in the region from Aragon, Spain.

The summer truffle from Teruel has an external appearance similar to other truffles, with a rough surface and a color that varies from brown to black. However, its interior is light in color, with shades that can go from beige to white.

As for its aroma and flavor, it is described as a mild aroma and an earthy note.

Although the summer truffle from Teruel does not have the same reputation and demand as higher quality truffles, it is still used in gastronomy and can be used to add flavor and aroma to various dishes. It is used in the preparation of sauces, flavored oils, dressings and can also be grated or sliced to add to pasta, rice, meat and salads.

It is important to bear in mind that the summer truffle from Teruel is more affordable compared to other truffle varieties, making it a more affordable option for those who want to experiment with the flavor and aroma of truffles without incurring a high cost.

Summer Truffle 200gr (Truffle Aestivum)

How to use the 200gr summer truffle?

The 200gr summer truffle is a mushroom that is never consumed directly unless it is eaten in small slices or grated. To prepare it, special truffle utensils are used, such as a truffle mandolin or a truffle grater.

This fungus is mixed with different products or dishes that will enhance their aroma and flavor. It can be consumed from fresh truffles or canned truffles.

It is usually applied to already prepared stews. Implementing the sheets to impregnate them with their flavor or grating the truffle on the same dishes.

Summer truffle conservation 200gr

When buying summer truffle 200 gr, keep in mind that the truffle is a fungus that, once harvested, remains in perfect condition for between 7 and 10 days. It is important to emphasize that consumption must be carried out during this time. If it is stored in an airtight container, it must be opened at least once a day for the fungus to breathe.

The storage of the fungus must be carried out at a temperature between 0º and 4º. Once the summer truffle is received, it should be kept in rice or paper that absorbs moisture to a greater extent, since this could cause the organoleptic qualities to be lost and it deteriorates.

Another way to preserve it, if it is not going to be consumed, is to freeze it. Also, on many occasions, brandy or olive oil is used to keep the truffle in optimal conditions.

Summer Truffle 200gr (Truffle Aestivum)

Our favorite recipe with summer truffle 200 gr

Here is a simple recipe to make pasta with summer truffle 200gr:


- 250 g of pasta (preferably long pasta like spaghetti or tagliatelle)

- 30 g butter

- 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped

- 1 Teruel summer truffle (Tuber aestivum), grated or thinly sliced

- Salt to taste

- Black pepper to taste

- Grated Parmesan cheese (optional)


1. Cook pasta following package directions, until al dente. Drain and reserve a little of the cooking water.

2. Meanwhile, in a large skillet, melt the butter over medium heat. Add the minced garlic and cook until golden and fragrant.

3. Add the cooked pasta to the pan and mix well with the butter and garlic.

4. Add the grated or thinly sliced summer truffle to the pasta. Stir gently so that it is distributed evenly. If the pasta seems dry, you can add a bit of the reserved cooking water to add moisture.

5. Season with salt and black pepper to taste. Remember that the summer truffle has a mild flavor, so it is not necessary to add too much salt.

6. Cook the truffle pasta for a few more minutes, until it is piping hot and the flavors have blended.

7. Serve the pasta on individual plates, and if desired, sprinkle some grated Parmesan cheese on top to enhance the flavors.

Enjoy your summer truffle pasta! You can accompany it with a fresh green salad and a good wine to complete the meal.

Remember that the summer truffle has a milder aroma and flavor compared to other varieties, so its presence on the plate it will be more subtle. Adjust the amount of truffle according to your personal preference.

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