Rougie Duck Fat

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CAB1
UPC:
079343000855
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$21.99

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Description

Rougi© was originally founded as a gourmet shop by L©once Rougi© in Cahors, France in 1875. Now, based in the medieval town of Sarlat, Rougi© is considered the #1 producer in the world of of foie gras and Moulard duck specialties. Whether rendered straight from the duck or from this jar, Rougi©s duck fat is an indispensable ingredient for making the rich dishes of Southwest France, like cassoulet, savory pastries and dumplings. As its smoke point is higher than butter, its excellent for frying flavorful potatoes, wild mushrooms or greens, like collard and dandelion. And Duck fat is actually the healthiest of animal fats because it has far less saturated fats than butter or bacon fat and far more of the health-promoting mono- and polyunsaturated fats. 11.28 oz.
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INGREDIENTS:
Duck Fat
NUTRITION:
-
MSDS:
-
ALLERGENSTATEMENT:
-
COA:
-
FIDS:
-
SPEC:
-
GLUTEN FREE:
No
KOSHER:
No
ORGANIC:
No
ALCOHOL FREE:
No
MADE IN USA:
No
PG FREE:
No
FLAVOR:
Duck
FORM:
Jar
TYPE:
Mediterranean
SUGGESTED USES:
Frying & Sauteing
NON_GMO:
-
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4 Reviews

  • 5
    No flavor

    Posted by Danielle Davis on Oct 17th 2016

    Duck fat had no flavor, would not use this again

  • 5
    Not to be missed!!

    Posted by barbara on Feb 15th 2015

    OMG use it to cook hamburgers turkey burgers grilled cheese sandwiches and the best of all french fries!!
    If you have not tried this product I suggest giving it a try will not dissapoint.

  • 5
    Rougie Duck Fat

    Posted by Kathleen on Apr 11th 2014

    I love this product. With all of my food allergies and sensitivities this gives me another tasty alternative to other cooking oils. I especially like using it to fry turkey burgers! Yum!

  • 4
    Duck fat where have you been all my life?

    Posted by Adrienne on Aug 20th 2012

    Hubs and I were in a popular gourmet cooking store and one of the employees whose opinion I trust turned me on to duck fat - how she and her husband love it for making French fries. Then she turned me on to the price - and I was turned off. But the thought of those duck fat French fries lingered... To my delighted surprise I stumbled upon duck fat on this web site - the same brand for a few dollars less. I decided to give it a whirl and Hubs and I are now hooked. There is just nothing like the flavor and crispiness the duck fat imparts. But wait! This stuff is expensive compared to other oils so I wouldnt recommend using it for French fries personally. But you dont need to! Just use a few tablespoons in a skillet (cast iron preferably) for home fries or coat potato wedges with it along with your seasoning of choice and bake in a 450 degree oven until golden brown and crispy. Try it - you wont be disappointed.

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