LAMB STOCK

lamb stockMaking you own lamb stock at home is not that difficult if you have the bones and the time to make it. Once made, you can use it for all your favorite lamb recipes that require stock including stews, soups, braises and sauces.

Lamb stew or braised leg of lamb made with real lamb stock will taste better than you can imagine. Try making a rosemary sauce with a lamb stock reduction and you will be very surprised and happy.

The probli most home cooks have is finding the time and ingredients to make their own lamb stock so they settle for cheap commercial brands that contain nothing but chemicals. So we are suggesting you make it from scratch or try a commercal brand called Glace d'Agneau Gold.

This beautiful new lamb stock is a 20-time reduction to a rich, pure-flavored glace, prepared with a special blend of Madeira wine and spices to enhance the natural flavors and juices found in your favorite lamb dishes.

Used full strength, it's perfect for wonderfully smooth sauces or can be reconstituted back to stock for soups, stews and braises.


How to Purchase Restaurant Quality Lamb Stock

Until now, a classic homemade quality lamb stock was unavailable to home cooks unless they prepared it themselves or settled for a commercial brand loaded with m.s.g. and other chemicals

Now there is a lamb stock on the market called Glace d'Agneau Gold that is almost as good as homemade. Used in many high-end restaurants, home cooks won't belive they there is now an affoardable alternitive to making it themselves.

For years we suggested you purchase these products from a favorite gourmet web site but now that Amazon is stocking this product at prices 35% less, we suggest you buy them here:

 


Recipes Featuring Glace d'Agneau Gold (Lamb Stock)

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Reconstitution Breakdown

1 lb. (16 oz.) Container makes approximately 2-2/3 gal. of classic of classic Lamb Stock

1-1/2 ounce puck makes approximately 4 cups of classic Roasted Lamb Stock


InspectedIngredients:

Lamb, Modified Food Starch, Veal, Gelatin, Salt, Madeira Wine, Red Wine, Tomato Paste, Onion, Carrot, Celery, Natural Flavors, Spices, Garlic Extract.

 

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