Creating appealing, fortified meals for ‘at risk’ residents can be a real challenge for care home chefs on tight budgets. That’s why Pritchitts (part of Lakeland Dairies) has whipped up a remedy in the form of an exclusive masterclass to demonstrate how Millac Gold – its leading chef’s alternative to fresh cream – can provide a tasty and practical way of improving the calorific make-up of meals throughout the day.
The Millac Gold Care Masterclass – held in partnership with Cost Sector Catering magazine – will be held on June 3rd at London’s Westminster Kingsway College and hosted by celebrated care chef Mark Ord, chef development manager at Sanctuary Care group.
With limited space for the exclusive masterclass, Pritchitts, in conjunction with Cost Sector Catering, is offering 10 places for care chefs who want to be part of the informal but highly educational event. For a chance to be there simply visit Pritchitts Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Pritchitts or email email@example.com and explain why you want to attend.
The lucky winners will get to be inspired by Mark’s recipe demonstrations – including starters, mains and desserts – using Millac Gold to fortify meals for those at risk. With a host of practical hints and tips on how to use this invaluable ingredient, as well as the chance to discuss the challenges of the sector with peers, the day is set to be a must for any care home chef looking for menu inspiration around fortification.
Simon Muschamp, Head of Marketing at Pritchitts, said: “Millac Gold is the perfect kitchen partner for care chefs who need to fortify meals for their residents with minimum hassle, wastage and cost. It’s a high-performance, multi-functional product that not only tastes great – it is endorsed by the Craft Guild of Chefs – it also offers a host of time and money saving benefits to chefs. We’re delighted, therefore, to be holding this masterclass to help inspire hard working care chefs onto even greater things. I urge anyone keen to make their menus work harder to go to our facebook page and tell us why they want to be part of the event.”
Used for cooking, pouring and whipping – it whips up to 3x its own volume – Millac Gold can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes, won’t split, and can be employed in place of multiple varieties of cream. It can also be stored in ambient conditions, further reducing kitchen costs.
Millac Gold is sold in 12 x 1 litre packs.
Care chefs can test the benefits of Millac Gold for themselves by visiting the Pritchitts website to request a free sample pack along with a recipe book tailored to their sector.