This sinfully luxurious pasta requires only 4 ingredients, 1 pan, and 15 minutes to prepare. It’s kitchen alchemy at its best – a little pasta water and triple-cream soft cheese creates a silky sauce that’s the perfect canvas for heady black truffle. Another great recipe from D’Artagnan. Serves 2.
- ½ pound linguini or tagliatelle pasta
- 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
- 3 ounces triple-cream soft ripened cheese, like St. Andre or Pierre Robert, rind removed and sliced
- Black Winter Truffle
- Bring 3 inches of generously salted water to boil in a large, straight-sided sauté pan over high heat. Cook pasta until al dente. Reserve 1 cup of pasta water before draining. Add drained pasta back to the pan over medium-low heat. Add butter and cheese. Using tongs toss to coat while adding enough pasta water to create a creamy sauce. Transfer pasta to serving plates. Generously grate truffle over pasta using a micro-plane or rasp-style grater. Serve immediately.
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