COMPOUND BUTTER

COMPOUND BUTTER
Sounds involved doesn’t it.
Compound butter simply butter
to which seasonings have been added.
I used it mainly to slip under the skin of chicken or turkey before roasting
but from time to time a dab on a steaming juicy grilled steak
adds that one bit of deliciousness that’s missing.
 
Compound Butter
 
 
 
1/2 cup butter at room temperature
1 tbsp fresh rosemary chopped
1tbsp fresh thyme chopped
3 cloves fresh garlic minced
Cream all together
scoop mixture onto a piece of parchment paper
gently roll into a 1″ log
refrigerate until ready to use.

2 responses to “COMPOUND BUTTER”

  1. […] range grain fed and he is always good enough to cut them in half for me.   For these I used Compound Butter slipped under the skin of each half for extra flavour and to keep the meat moist during roasting. […]

  2. […]   Cook once – eat twice   I sliced the remaining bits of polenta, heated some compound butter in the pan, fried until crispy brown on both sides.   Served with a drizzle of maple […]

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