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Winter of dumplings, stuffings approaches

21 September 2010

With winter menus and festive catering on the horizon and customer demand soon turning to hearty meals and comfort food, Glendale Foods is emphasising its selection of food

Part of its comprehensive Food Components service to caterers and ready meal manufacturers, the company can supply steamed and baked dumplings, sweet and savoury cobblers and speciality stuffings, in a choice of formats and sizes between 15-100g to suit customer requirements. These complement a range of meat-based components that includes cooked sausages and burgers, grillsteaks, meatballs and marinated meats.

Dumplings and stuffing are the staples of many world cuisines, enhancing the flavour profiles of countless dishes and improving the visual appeal of plated meals. Dumplings are ideal for partnering a rich beef or lamb stew, absorbing the juices and aromas, or for serving in a winter soup, adding substance and flavour.

Baked cobblers can top off a fruit filling, adding flavour and texture, or provide the finishing touch to a heartwarming braised meat dish. Stuffing is even more versatile, filling the cavity of a roast bird, providing the succulent centre of a boned and rolled meat cut, sliced as an accompaniment to the traditional roast dinner or served in nuggets as a side dish.

Glendale is able to extrude dumplings in many different sizes, in low fat or low salt varieties if specified, and flavoured with herbs, cheese, bacon or other ingredients. For vegetarian menus, there are also vegetable-based alternatives to shredded beef suet.


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