Welcome to my Stuffed Field Mushrooms With Urbani White Truffle & Porcini Sauce.
As a food blogger we always find that no matter how hard we try that we have never tried everything. There is always something new we want to try. There is also something that you have had loads over the years but you could never get enough of.
Well when Urbani brand partnered with me with their selection of products I managed to achieve both.
On the first I had always wanted to try truffle oils and see what the big deal was. I had never tried it and as I am a huge fan of a great variety of oils this was a new one that I wanted to add to the list. Weird thing was the night that I received my truffle parcel from Italy was the same day I was watching a cookery show where they made luxury scrambled eggs in Croatia with truffle oil and even though I cant stand scrambled eggs I was actually considering eating them for the first time.
They just looked amazing.
For the second part I miss my British sauces. You know the ones. The mayonnaise, the ketchup, the curry sauce, the decent barbeque sauce and of course British mustard. They have always been addictions of mine so to try lots of their different sauces has been great. I used to remember trips to the chippy when I was the only person that didn’t like fish and chips and would have chips with some curry sauce and it was absolutely delicious.
Out of the products that are available for shipping online I found the best of the products was the porcini sauce. You could get it in packs of 12 on Amazon and it was perfect for those of you that are huge mushroom addicts. But sadly I am not. Mushrooms is something I loved as a small child but as I got older I no longer liked them. This was really not good when I was a vegetarian finding something on the menu that was mushroom free.
But I can hardly complain with the Urbani product range as there is so many of them that are mushroom free and it is just worth it in my mind for the luxury curry sauce.
But I wanted to share with you a great mushroom recipe and I couldn’t think of a better person to do the honours than my mum, who is always cooking mushrooms for my mushroom loving dad. Plus (unlike myself) my mum is actually a qualified chef, so she could probably do a better job than me!
- 1 Jar White Truffle & Porcini Sauce
- Two Large Field Mushrooms
- 2Tbsp Butter
- 1Tbsp Olive Oil
- 6 Rashers Of Bacon (chopped)
- 2 Medium Slices Raclette Cheese
- 1 Slice Bread (made into breadcrumbs)
- Fry off until crispy the chopped bacon - then set aside.
- Using half the butter and all the olive oil fry the field mushrooms, until browned and half cooked - set aside.
- Gently sauté the breadcrumbs in a little butter until lightly golden - set aside.
- Combine the elements – fill the bottom of the mushrooms with the cheese, mix porcini sauce with bacon and cover over the cheese, then pat onto the sauce the breadcrumbs and finally add a few little chunks of butter.
- Place in a pre-heated oven at 180c for 15 to 20 minutes and serve as a splendid starter or light supper with baby leaves and cherry tomatoes with crusty bread on the side.
Urbani White Truffle & Porcini Sauce
This white truffle and porcini sauce that my mum used to make these luxury field mushrooms was by Urbani. They do some fantastic products featuring truffle oils and give you a real sense of luxury at affordable prices.
When I asked my mum what she thought this is what she said:
The truffle sauce is a stand alone accompaniment to so many food options and is perfect for both vegetarians or meat eaters. It is simply divine, the taste is very full bodied and would be fine as a hot dip. It could also be a base for more exotic dishes.
I will be adding this range to my store cupboard without a doubt.
In terms of getting yourself one of these amazing truffle sauces (or exploring the rest of their range) you can explore more by clicking here. If I were to do it again and/or if I were to currently recommend a truffle sauce to you, I would say CHOOSE THIS ONE.