Butter Lard

Butter Lard

Butter lard is particularly suitable for frying, as it can be heated to a high temperature without burning. The pores of the meat close up quickly when it is fried and the meat remains juicy. Since water and milk protein are almost completely removed from the butter, the lard does not splash when fried. The fine butter aroma is also retained. Butter lard has a very long shelf life in the refrigerator.

All data per 100 g:
897 kcal
0 g
0 g
99 g

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