Essential Cuisine Chicken Glace

Description

Essential Cuisine chicken glace adds fabulous depth of flavour to your dishes in seconds. The heavily reduced richly flavoured chicken stock is a magical storecupboard ingredient. Give your sauces and marinades tremendous richness and a great hit of flavour. The chicken glace has been developed by chefs for chefs. 

You'll find many uses for the Essential Cuisine chicken glace:

  • Dilute with water to use instead of chicken stock for a richer tasting broth: try in a hot thai spiced chicken and noodle broth with chilli and coriander.
  • Add a teaspoon to risottos for extra umami
  • Intensify flavours in salads: stir a little chicken glace into a Caesar dressing for a tasty chicken Caesar salad.
  • Use in marinades for depth of flavour and richness: coat baked chicken wings with the chicken glace mixed with clear honey, garlic, ginger and soy sauce.
  • Brush the chicken glace onto chicken before grilling for a richly flavoured and deeply coloured glaze
At Sous Chef, we are convinced the Essential Cuisine glaces are really something special!
 
Refrigerate after opening. Ingredients: Chicken stock (water, chicken extract, carrot juice, onion, garlic), maltodextrin, salt, yeast extracts dextrose, natural flavouring.

Delivery

Delivery Option Price
Standard - Hermes ? £3.50 or free when you spend £35
Express - DHL ? £6.95 or free when you spend £75
Age-Verified - Parcelforce ? £6.95 or free when you spend £75
Next working day by 12pm - Parcelforce ? £9.95
Saturday - ParcelForce ? £9.95
For international and other delivery information please see our Delivery page

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