Happy Easter Weekend Peeps from www.prettybitchescancooktoo.com kitchen to YOURS! I don’t think any of us understand the “Egg” & “Easter” correlation but here is my contribution to Easter Eggs… My “White Truffle Guacamole Stuffed Eggs!” The flavors are terrific together but then again what doesn’t taste good with truffle oil? I’m truffle obsessed!
Funny Story: We use to go dine at a restaurant called Casa D’Angelo in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl at least once a week. If your headed to that area check it out because it has some of the most AMAZING Italian food! So, every time the bill arrived it would be anywhere between $400-$600 dollars (I know that may sound obnoxious but we LOVE good food, service, & atmosphere) and granite we always ordered a bottle of wine or champagne to boot. The server would come by the table and announce that black truffles were in season and would we like any fresh shaved truffle on any of our dishes? OF COURSE, I reply loudly! We will take it on all of them! I would have it added to the appetizers, pork shank, & risotto or anything that it made sense on top of until one night I’m wondering why the bill is always so expensive for two people. I was turning risotto into $100 dish because all of the black truffle I would request. LOL! I guess you can say I have expensive taste, sophisticated taste buds, or that I’m in the wrong business and need to get into the truffle business. I can say I slowed my role on ordering extra shaved black truffle on all of my dishes!
- 6 Boiled Eggs
- 2 Egg Hardend Yolk
- 2 Avocado
- 1 tbsp of Plain Greek Yogurt
- 1 tsp of White Truffle Olive Oil
- Salt & Pepper to Taste
- Cayenne Pepper or Paprika Sprinkled on Top
Boil your eggs. Discard all of the yolks except for two of them. In a bowl add your two egg yolks, avocado, yogurt, and truffle oil. Take a hand mixer and mix so its creamy and there are no avocado or yolk lumps. Then salt & pepper to taste. Fill your egg whites and sprinkle with cayenne pepper!