Dripping from Tasmania's finest grass-fed beef. Presented by a beautiful golden liquid when melted our beef dripping enhances the flavour of your food while adding a gentle hint of beef.
Fantastic value for dietary cooking or the good ol' deep fryer; take it from the experts in frying because fast-food outlets used to dip their chips in this fat prior to the emergence of vegetable oils! We love frying, sauteing and searing with this fat due to its high smoke point at approx. 250 degrees.
High-temperature cooking is perfect for fried or scrambled eggs, bacon, roasted vegetables or sauteed mushrooms and garden greens.
Tallow is suet dripping. Suet is a highly vascularised, nutrient dense fat deposit surrounding the internal organs. It is one of nature’s richest sources of conjugated linoleic acid CLA. It is much firmer than regular dripping.
Dripping is made from the tastier subcutaneous fat deposits around the body. When derived from free to roam grass-fed animals it is a gorgeous golden colour, usually quite soft and easy to use.
Both are ideal for frying and deep frying due to their high smoking point at approx. 250 degrees celsius.