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wheregreggeats.com

NYAFAT ???? Tue, 03/27/07 6:45 AM (permalink)


So ... I encountered this stuff at the grocery store.

Having no fear of the unknown, I bought some.

Anybody know what to do with it?

I am guessing it is some kind of a Crisco alternative?


 
#1
    Tony Bad

    RE: NYAFAT ???? Tue, 03/27/07 7:00 AM (permalink)
    I think it is actually a Schmaltz alternative.
     
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      artphon

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      RE: NYAFAT ???? Wed, 03/28/07 9:30 AM (permalink)
      yes, my mother used to use it on the rare occasions that she was out of schmaltz (= chicken fat fried in onions and rendered). It will give a very rich taste when used in preparation of a variety of dishes -- rice or grains (kasha, for example), or to saute meat that you are then going to cook slowly like pot roast, or chicken in a pot.
       
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        Michael Hoffman

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        RE: NYAFAT ???? Wed, 03/28/07 12:37 PM (permalink)
        Spread some of this faux chicken fat on rye bread, add a little salt and pepper. Delicious.
         
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          BunglingBill

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          RE: NYAFAT ???? Wed, 03/28/07 12:52 PM (permalink)
          Well, I'm pretty adventurous (culinarily), but I think I'll pass on this stuff !

          Thanks for the heads up, though.
           
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            Texianjoe

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            RE: NYAFAT ???? Wed, 03/28/07 2:04 PM (permalink)
            You could make a chicken fried tofu and vegenaise sandwich.

             
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              dickestep

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              RE: NYAFAT ???? Wed, 03/28/07 2:14 PM (permalink)
              quote:
              Originally posted by wheregreggeats.com



              So ... I encountered this stuff at the grocery store.

              Having no fear of the unknown, I bought some.

              Anybody know what to do with it?

              I am guessing it is some kind of a Crisco alternative?
              I looked it up. It sounds like it might be healthy stuff!

              "Nyafat" is a brand name imitation schmaltz available in the kosher section of the supermarket. For those unfamiliar with it, it's an onion-flavored vegetable shortening and can be substituted for real schmaltz (rendered chicken fat). The advantages are (1) lower cost, (2) no cholesterol, (3) contains no animal products ("pareve").
              http://www.astray.com/recipes/?show=Pareve%20kishka
               
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                Ashphalt

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                RE: NYAFAT ???? Wed, 03/28/07 2:25 PM (permalink)
                Sounds like trans-fat to me.
                 
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                  CajunKing

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                  RE: NYAFAT ???? Fri, 03/30/07 12:00 AM (permalink)
                  Is that the stuff that comes from rubber chickens??

                   
                  #9
                    wlipman

                    RE: NYAFAT ???? Wed, 04/4/07 12:04 AM (permalink)
                    I just mentioned this wonder substance elsewhere. It's highest and best use is for frying matzoh brei...if you haven't tried it, do your body a flavor!
                     
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                      pinkie

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                      RE: NYAFAT ???? Thu, 04/5/07 6:30 PM (permalink)
                      I don't know but it looks like it could clog your ateries quite nicely.
                       
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                        Tedbear

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                        RE: NYAFAT ???? Thu, 04/5/07 7:07 PM (permalink)
                        quote:
                        Originally posted by Ashphalt

                        Sounds like trans-fat to me.


                        That was the first thing that I thought of, also. Check the labeling to determine what types of fats are in this stuff. If it contains transfats, it is a very poor choice, in terms of your health.
                         
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