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This recipe for raviolo with egg yolk truffle butter is courtesy of Odette Fada.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, Episode 3037
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  • spicersunshine
    21 JAN, 2008
    I substituted truffle salt and omitted all other salt. And, often I finely slice a mix of oyster, button and portabella mushroom and sautee them in unsalted butter to give a delacate mushroom flavor to things that call for shaved truffles. Not frou frou enough for a guest? OK - then they don't have to acept a second invite, LOL!
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  • daisyrogers
    8 JAN, 2008
    fabulous recipe. I found i needed more eggs for some reason. I took the pasta down 5 times, not 6 as I thought it was too fragile. it can take a lot more time cooking. i cooked for at least 10 mins to cook pasta and egg was still soft. truffles were impossible to find in australia and the truffle butter was too strong for my taste. guests loved it.
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  • synesis
    28 DEC, 2007
    Hello Folks, I cannot follow the recipe above, step one says to use the butter, as does step five but no measurements are included... I don't have the truffle butter but I am assuming that 3 1/2 Tbs of butter is too much for the spinach... any suggestions?
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  • manusch
    5 DEC, 2007
    Any ideas for substitutions for the truffle ingredient?? I can't always find either white or black truffle butter and i do not like the flavor of the truffle oil.
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  • winebar
    4 DEC, 2007
    My husband saw the show and made the raviolo as an appetizer last night. They were wonderful. He used black truffle butter instead of the precious white truffles and it was just perfect. We have a small wine bar in Hartford and think we might give it a shot there! Thank you and happy holidays.
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  • howardelee
    4 DEC, 2007
    martha, martha, martha. at $325.00 dollars an ounce that makes it $650.00 just for the truffles for this dish. i would think that not many of your viewiers could afford such an extravagance even for christmasor new years. the raviolo seem welol enough without the frills and i will try it as such. have yourself a most wonderful season of light. by the way, should you ever have a show where you're giving away white truffles, send me a ticket - i'll gladly show up. sincerely, howard fisher
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  • Pat_Fox
    3 DEC, 2007
    This looks so beautiful. I can't wait to make it for Christmas.
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  • Pat_Fox
    3 DEC, 2007
    This looks so beautiful. I can't wait to make it for Christmas.
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