Latin Name : Tuber Uncinatum
The Burgundy truffle (Tuber Uncinatum) or the summer truffle (Tuber Aestivum) is a type of truffle that occurs in almost all European countries.
Tuber Uncinatum or Burgundy black truffle is one of the autumn truffles and is the most common type of truffle found on one’s plate.
It thrives in the autumn and winter months and its dark taste is reminiscent of nuts. Its scent is moderately intense and pleasant. You can use it raw or cooked.
Truffles can be used in small quantities in a variety of recipes for that little bit more flavor and flavor. They can also be mixed in butter or olive oil and drizzled over the dishes.