butter is a delicious way to add flavour to meats, vegetables, or warm bread. It
is made by mixing butter with ingredients like garlic, herbs, and spices. And
the best part is, it is extremely easy to make at home!
make compound butter, you will need some unsalted butter at room temperature.
This will allow you to blend it with other ingredients smoothly and adjust the
saltiness to your taste. You will also need some fresh or dried herbs, spices,
or aromatics of your choice. You can use a food processor to chop and mix them
with the butter, or you can do it by hand in a bowl with a spoon or spatula.
are some steps to follow:
Wash and dry your fresh herbs if using them. Then chop them
In a food processor or a bowl, combine the butter with the herbs
and any other ingredients you want. You can add salt, pepper, lemon zest,
garlic, cheese, nuts, or anything else that suits your flavour profile.
Mix well until everything is evenly distributed.
Transfer the butter mixture to a sheet of parchment paper or
plastic wrap. Shape it into a log and wrap it tightly.
Refrigerate the butter until firm or freeze it for longer
· Slice off pieces of the butter as needed and enjoy!
it! You have just made your own compound butter in 5 minutes. You can use it to
enhance your dishes and impress your guests with your culinary skills. Have fun
experimenting with different combinations and flavours!
we have prepared some delicious Compound butter for you, prepare the
ingredients then follow the steps above and voila! You got yourself some
delicious compound butter!
Garlic Chive Dill
1 cup unsalted
butter, at room temp
1½ tablespoon finely chopped dill
1½ tablespoon finely chopped chives
1 clove garlic,
1 teaspoon sea
cup unsalted butter, at room temp
stalks Scallions, charred or grilled on a skillet
them into small pieces
tbsp gochujang (Korean red pepper paste)
unsalted butter, at room temp
teaspoons garlic powder
teaspoons white pepper
teaspoon onion powder
teaspoon oregano, dried
teaspoon cayenne pepper, adjust to desired spice level
teaspoon thyme, dried