omato on bread is one of the most traditional Mediterranean snacks. In Tuscany, this is called bruschetta and it can be prepared with a lot of fresh tomato, or with thick sauces and delicate tomato bases, olive oil and ODORI. By adding another typical ingredient of the Tuscan cuisine, the truffle, we obtain the truffle bruschetta branded Volaterra, which is excellent as an appetizer or as an aperitif, as well as a dressing for the pasta.
The truffle is a mushroom that since antiquity was considered exquisite and today utilized raw as dressing for many dishes. Tuscany is one of the most known Italian regions for truffles.
Ingredients: Tomatoes cut into cubes, Tomato concentrate, Truffle condiment (Olive oil, aroma) 4,5%, Extra-virgin Olive oil, Black Summer Truffle (Tuberum Aestivum Vitt.) 1,7%, Salt, Sugar, Parsley, Garlic, Pepper.
Warm it slightly, spread it on brad or crostini (crouton).
Once opened, conserve it in the fridge for maximum 7 days.