Lurrpak Slightly Salted Butter Reviews
Product Type: Lurpak Spread
Description:Brand: Lurpak / Type: Dairy / Made with fresh cream - and a sprinkling of salt - Lurpak Slightly Salted Butter has a legendary subtlety and freshness.
Newest Review: ... a grey, wrapper with the product name printed in blue accross it. It contains no hydrogenated fats, and is kosher to (oy ... more
by - written on 06/10/08, updated on 06/10/08 (Very useful, 181 readings)
I have tried buying butter substitutes for dietary reasons & to save some money but I have to keep going back to real butter because of it's taste. There are lovely yellow british butters on the market but I'm afraid I love the paler danish ones from lurpak. obviously butter isn't the healthiest spread as it contains so much fat & so many calories but it's gorgeous - on a freshly baked french stick, on a jacket potato, crumpets, teacakes or just on a slice of fresh bread - lovely!! of course you can use it in sauces and for cooking etc but personally I like to get the full taste by eating as above. lurpak seem to have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/08 (Very useful, 218 readings)
Classed as a 'pale coloured lactic butter', 'Lurpak' was first made in Denmark in 1888. The Lurpak website - www.lovelurpak.co.uk, informs us that "Approximately 20 kg of whole milk goes into 1kg of butter. The cream that's separated off is first pasteurised before having bacterial lactic cultures added - these create the LURPAK butter". Like many other butters these days, Lurpak comes in an easily unwrappable foil block. This helps keep it fresher for longer than the tradition grease-proof paper wrapping. It's traditional grey, blue and red packaging makes it easily recogniseable, and houses the '1901 logo' - the date when the brand was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Whenever i buy lurpak im always reminded of that little white man furiously playing his trumpet (or was it a trombone). I always liked those adverts and happily, i like the product to. Its always got to be butter over margerine for me anyday and lurpak is a great butter. This is a really creamy, rich tasting butter and is best served in a ham roll with nice chewy bread. You can use it in baking as well although i havent yet. It comes in a grey, wrapper with the product name printed in blue accross it. It contains no hydrogenated fats, and is kosher to (oy vavoy!) As with all butters, there is one major drawback. It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/09 (Useful, 22 readings)
In these days of "healthy options" i think that this is one staple product in your fridge that you cannot argue with. I have tried other butters or margarines but i'm sorry they just do not compare!. Lurpak has such a distinctive flavour that immediately lets you know that you are eating luxury. And that is the same whether you like the original or the one with less salt. Unlike its margarine substitutes this is great in cooking or sauces. Margarine or cheaper butters just dont add the same flavour. If you have gone to the trouble of cooking yourself a jacket potato in the oven, so that the skin is nice and crispy, why would you spoil it by putting on something Read the complete review
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