Great Taste 2020 Award Winner - 1 Star
We're excited & delighted to introduce our very own Chicken
Schmaltz made from the skin & fat from our Yorkshire reared
high welfare chickens. Schmaltz is the by-product from Jewish
cuisine when making a highly nutritious and natural 'medicinal'
Chicken Broth. The fat is skimmed & put to one side. Once the
Chicken soup is cooked a generous teaspoon is added to the finished
soup for richness & silkiness. Nowadays it can still be stirred
into soups or stocks but it is also an important cooking fat in
modern cookery. With a high melting point & packed full of
roast chicken flavour a generous spoon goes a long way when
roasting or sauteeing potatoes or just for general frying when full
flavour impact is required. Fat is good & it doesn't get better
than this jar of pure poultry goodness.
What the judges said:
"A distinct and homely aroma of roast chicken. Clean and fresh,
this tastes exactly as it should and has a very pleasing non-greasy
finish. A cracking example of a simple ingredient made very well.
No taint of old fat - this is the classic savoury flavour of
chicken skin and fat. Natural tasting, this puts the good into good
fats. We wouldn't say no to this on toast with a pinch of salt.
Learn more about Chicken Schmaltz and our executive Chef Jeff
Baker's top tips