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Is tejzsír vegan?

Tejzsír is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tejzsír?

Tejzsír is a Hungarian ingredient commonly used in traditional cuisine. It is a type of clarified butter, meaning that the milk solids have been removed, leaving behind pure butterfat. Tejzsír has a distinct nutty flavor and a high smoke point, making it ideal for frying and sautéing. Its smooth texture and rich taste enhance the flavor of dishes such as goulash or paprikash. This versatile ingredient is also used to make sweets like pastries and cookies. Tejzsír adds a unique touch to any dish and is a must-try for those looking to explore Hungarian cuisine.

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