Compound Butter - for Steak, Turkey and More
If you've never heard of compound butter, then you are in for a treat. What is compound butter exactly? It's essentially just a fancy way of saying you've added something to the butter, as in it is a compound of ingredients.
It's a simple and great way of making any recipe that calls for butter a little more exciting. It also only takes about 10 minutes to make, so there's no reason not to try it. The ways to use it are endless, as the name of the article says, use it on steak, turkey, and more... like on bread, corn on the cob, in soups and stews, with some crackers and cheese, add it on top of vegetables o anything you can think of that uses butter. It will be sure to taste better with these compounded ingredients added. This recipe uses rosemary, thyme and garlic to bring the butter to the next level, but if those aren't your herbs of choice, then feel free to experiment with whatever herbs and spices you like. Some other options could be using oregano, basil, marjoram, sage, or anything really.
Let your imagination take hold and let this be your secret weapon in the kitchen. It will be sure to impress anyone who tries it. You need to make sure the butter is at room temperature before you start, and then there's only a few easy steps to take, as easy as adding the ingredients, rolling it up, putting it in the fridge and taking it out to enjoy!
The author also goes on to share an extra tip to make turkey or chicken extra crispy. All you need to do is carefully add a bit of this butter between the skin and the meat, and this will also make it extra moist and delicious. Happy cooking!
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