More Than Gourmet Glace de Poulet - 1.5oz
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Glace de Poulet is a classic French chicken stock with deep, rich, roasted color and pure, intense flavor made to the standards of professional kitchens.
No ordinary chicken stock, Glace de Poulet produces a wonderful base for your homemade soups and because it is concentrated, just one ounce makes 2-1/2 cups of affordable classic chicken stock.

 

Suggested Uses: 


- Add Glace de Poulet full strength to your own stock pot to enhance the flavor and color of your homemade stock. 

- Use it with six parts water to create a highly reduced stock for preparing classic sauces. 

- Use with a little wine to deglaze your sauté pan. 

- Add to your cooking liquids to enhance the flavor of your rice and risotto dishes. 

- Use as a great braising liquid. 

- Make classic consomme in just 10 minutes 


Reconstitution:
Glace de Poulet may be used full strength or diluted to a classic chicken stock.

One 1.5 oz pack makes approximately 4 cups of stock.

Ingredients:
Chicken Stock, Roasted Chicken Stock, Mirepoix Stock (made of carrot, celery and onion stocks), Dried Chicken Stock, Salt, Gelatin, Water, White Wine.
 

 

This product is gluten free.  Product of USA.

 

 

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