There are so many ways to add zip to your food with this tasty Herb Butter. The garlic, onion, and parsley treat each other very well along with extra seasonings in this buttery blend. Make a batch to keep in your refrigerator to add extra flavor and appeal in endless ways.
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Just 6 Ingredients
That’s all it takes for this Herb Butter. Start with softened salted butter and cream the heck out of it. Use a mixer or food processor. This assures that there aren’t any lumps in the finished product.
The next step is finely chopping the ingredients. That ‘s why I use a garlic press. It presses through that clove, easily dividing it into oh-so little bits of pieces that get distributed throughout the butter.
Grating the onion does the same, but don’t forget to add the onion juice it produces. There’s lots of flavor in there!
Now, chop, chop, chop that parsley. You want little specs throughout your spread making it flavorful and attractive. You’re gonna like it that way!
I like the flavors of Cavender’s All-Purpose Greek Seasoning blend with lots of black pepper in this butter. That pepper really accents the taste of a great steak.
Shape or Tub The Herb Butter
It’s time to work on your presentation. You can spoon it into a tub and cover it to store in the refrigerator. Or, mold it into a log or a small Silicone Baking Mold like these cute little stars. Then pop them in the freezer for extra firmness when slicing or unmolding.
Your kids will enjoy those little molded pats on their plate.
The butter stores well in the freezer for a couple of months in a ziplock bag in whichever form you choose. Or, keep it in the refrigerator for up to a few weeks for easy access.
Now, how many ways can you eat this Herb Butter? Well, let me see!
- Place a pat on a grilled steak or pork chop.
- Slather it over sliced French bread and brown it in the oven.
- Add some to veggies, like peas before or after they are cooked.
- How about in these Butter Salted Roasted Pecans?
- Top a hot baked potato with some.
- Spread the butter all over grilled corn on the cob.
- Stuff chicken breasts under the skin into the meat before grilling or roasting.
- Use some in this Cheesy Greek Bread.
- Butter both sides of a grilled cheese sandwich before cooking.
- Melt a few tablespoons and pour it over fresh-popped corn.
- On a bun or burger like this Best Sizzle Burger Recipe.
See how endless the possibilities are?
Make Your Own
And you don’t have to stick to this recipe alone. Make your own rendition of flavorful butter. Use your favorite ingredients to flavor your spread.Print
A seasoned, herb butter to slather over meats, vegetables, and/or breads for a boost of fresh lavor.
1 cup salted butter, room temperature
2 garlic cloves, pressed
1 tablespoon grated onion
1 heaping tablespoon fresh parsley, minced
1 teaspoon Cavender’s All-Purpose Greek Seasoning or another seasoning blend
1/4 teaspoon fresh cracked black peppercorns
Cream butter with a mixer.
Blend in the rest of the ingredients until they are all well incorporated.
Refrigerate in a covered dish or roll butter in wax paper into a log or spread into a silicon mold and freeze until ready for serving.
May be formed into a tiny Silicone Baking Mold for indivual pats of butter or larger molds. Keep in the freezer, or pop out of mold and store in a ziplock bag in the refrigerator.
Butter can be stored in the freezer no more than a couple of months and in the refrigerator up to two weeks.
Take the log out of the freezer and let it set in the refrigerator or on the counter for a little while before slicing.
- Category: Condiments
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: herb butter, butter spread, flavored butter, steak butter
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