Moss in Iceland Offers a Signature Butter That Is the Cream of the Crop

Michelin-Starred Moss in Iceland Offers a Memorable Culinary Journey

Nestled in the Icelandic town of Grindavík, the Michelin-starred Moss restaurant offers a journey through the country’s unique culinary landscape. The dining room overlooks a mesmerizing black lava field, providing a fitting backdrop for a dining experience that showcases the best of the natural bounty in Iceland. Moss introduces its guests to a symphony of flavors, often featuring local delicacies like sea urchin, Icelandic wasabi, and succulent lamb in their seven-course tasting menu. However, there’s a signature item that steals the limelight!

A Culinary Elevation of Butter

Crafted in-house since the restaurant’s inception in 2018 at the Retreat at Blue Lagoon Iceland, the signature butter of Moss uses skyr, a thicker rendition of Icelandic yogurt. This results in a texture that’s both velvety and luscious. Also, the addition of Atlantic dulse seaweed and sea salt imparts a unique depth of flavor. Chef Ingi Thorarinn Fridriksson explains that the inspiration for this exquisite butter is their pride for Icelandic skyr.

A Unique Taste

A Unique Taste

The delight of Moss’s butter extends to its presentation. A velvety cloud of the signature creation arrives atop a sleek black rock, accompanied by an assortment of homemade bread. This bread selection, including dark sourdough and soft potato caraway, draws inspiration from traditional Icelandic varieties. Not to be missed is the crisp cod skin, a sustainable delicacy sourced from the nearby harbor in Iceland. The skin is carefully dried and adorned with caper powder, adding a delightful crunch and savory flair to the experience.

A Tradition Reimagined With a Twist

While butter has long been a staple of Icelandic cuisine, the infusion of skyr into Moss’s butter offers a fresh perspective. Skyr, a beloved fermented dairy product in Iceland, has deep roots in the country’s culinary heritage. Chef Fridriksson assures that this signature butter is worth the visit to Moss, which offers the unique experience of savoring Iceland’s culinary wonders.

Make Your Own Chicken Parm With the New Chick-fil-A Home Kits

As more and more people get bored of rifling through their kitchen to see what they can make for dinner and as more and more people get fed up with baking banana bread, it seems as though the need for restaurants and fast-food chains to open up again becomes even more apparent. Of course, due to the ongoing situation, nobody quite knows when eateries are going to go back to normal – but many restaurants are now trying to establish a “new normal,” which means customers can still eat their delicious food.

Continuing To Serve

Although countless restaurants and eateries across the globe have closed their doors and are no longer accepting customers, it seems as though they don’t want to say goodbye completely. They know that people crave their food and their signature dishes, and many of them are now offering alternative options – instead of having these customers dine-in. Some restaurants are offering a take-out-only service, others are still offering delivery, and there are even some – like Chick-fil-A – who are offering meal kits.

Craving Chick-Fil-A

If you’re a fan of this food joint, you’ll know that Chick-fil-A is especially famous for its chicken parm. However, many people have been waiting in anticipation for the restaurants to open up again, assuming that they can’t make the same thing at home. Well, the restaurant has now been able to find a happy medium that suits both them and their customers, because you can now buy a make-it-yourself kit.

Everything You Need

What’s so amazing about these kits is that they offer everything you need. All of the ingredients are put into one kit, and they are even weighed out with pre-measured ingredients so that you can make two servings of chicken parm. The best bit? It’ll only cost you $14.99.

You can use the Chick-fil-A app to order this kit to your home, or you can collect it from the drive-thru.