Different between White and Black Truffles.

The slightly garlicky and peppery flavor of white truffle oil is a particularly good match with beef carpacio, white fleshed fish or shellfish, rabbit meat, and other meats with a more delicate flavor. While Black Truffle oil have a more robust flavor and can stand up to cooking. Add black Truffle oil to sauces (after the sauce is cooked), drizzle over hearty meat dishes, wild mushroom ragout, or add a tablespoon or so of black truffle oil to a vinaigrette.
Both black and white truffles pair well with mild foods such as pasta, potatoes, risotto, polenta, corn, cheese and eggs. It follows that all of these foods can be enhanced with either black or white truffle oil.  Remember whether you chose black or white truffle oil, remember these important guidelines for using truffle oil. Use truffle oil in small amounts. Drizzle it, do not pour it. Cooking with truffle oil is not a good idea. High heat will compromise the truffle oil flavor.

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