Devon creme fraiche
Crème Fraiche, the popular alternative to sour cream, is featured in many applications. The process has remained unchanged for generations; fresh cow’s milk is heated to a rolling boil, and the cream skimmed from the top, leaving only the best cream for consumption. Crème Fraiche is a smooth, tangy but mild cream that has a higher fat content than sour cream, making it useful for everyday cooking or baking. Since the cream has been slightly soured, the taste helps to balance sour with sweet, or sharp with salty.
Creamy, fresh and tangy, Crème Fraîche is the answer to cravings for a little bit of luxury. French for “fresh cream,” it is a heavy cream that has been slightly soured with a culture, similar to sour cream. This Crème Fraîche by Double Devon of England is much milder and sweeter than sour cream, and it has a silky smooth texture. Since its fat content is higher than that of sour cream, it can be fluffed up into a lightly tangy whipped cream to complement fresh fruits.
Silky smooth, thick, delicious
Crème Fraiche can be used much the same as fresh whipped cream spooned over berries or spread onto crêpes, Try using it as a substitute for cream in mashed potatoes or creamed soups.
Pair with a traditional English tea, of course, or try with a hearty brown ale like Newcastle.
Pasteurized clotted cream
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