Dripping


Dripping
A type of dripping from Yorkshire, United Kingdom, where it is known as "mucky fat"

Dripping, also known usually as beef dripping or more rarely, as pork dripping, is an animal fat produced from the fatty or otherwise unusable parts of cow or pig carcasses. It is similar to lard and tallow although tallow is an unacceptable flavor for shortening or cooking generally.

It is used for cooking, especially in British cuisine, significantly so in Northern England, though towards the end of the 20th century dripping fell out of favor due to it being regarded as less healthy than vegetable oils such as olive or sunflower.

Traditionally fish and chips were fried in beef dripping, and while this practice does continue in some places, most shops now use vegetable oils.

Preparation is traditionally described as collection of the residue from meat roasts but true production is from such residue added to boiling water with a generous amount of salt (about 2g per litre). The stock pot should be chilled and the solid lump of dripping (the cake) which settles when chilled should be scraped clean and re-chilled for future use. The residue can be reprocessed for more dripping and strained through a cheesecloth lined sieve as an ingredient for a fine beef stock. Dripping can be clarified by adding a sliced raw potato and cooking until potato turns brown. The cake will be the color and texture of ghee.

Pork or beef dripping can be served cold, spread on bread and sprinkled with salt and pepper (bread and dripping). If the tasty[citation needed] brown sediment and stock from the roast has settled to the bottom of the dripping and colored it brown, then in parts of Yorkshire it is known colloquially as a "mucky fat" sandwich.

Pastry

Dripping can be used to make pastry, for pasties and other foods.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ Cornish Pasties Recipe | Leite's Culinaria

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