Garlic butter is perfect for steaks, pizza, boiled fish, lamb chops, potatoes and soups. It is the smoothest and best-tasting herb butter you've ever tried.
Do you need something asides your regular spread? Do you need to switch from ready-made spread? Then try the garlic butter. It goes perfectly well with bread for breakfast, pizza for lunch, and can also be eaten at dinner with steak, chicken, shrimp, potatoes or vegetables. The garlic infuses its flavor and taste into the cream butter giving a wholesome satisfaction. Asides the satisfaction, it provides you with the fresh feel you need in your meals. With few, easy-to-get ingredients, you can make it at home. My garlic butter recipe is pretty simple and straightforward. Fortunately, you can continue enjoying your garlic butter even after 24 hours as it can be frozen and stored as a standby spread or for regular consumption. All you need to do is defrost the garlic butter when you need them.
This recipe contains garlic cloves, butter, parsley, pepper and salt. All summed up to prepare nutritious and flavored food. Garlic is the “small but mighty” in many foods and its presence is felt here too. They are known for medicinal purposes, rich in Manganese, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C. They are good for the heart and skin. Parsley and pepper give more flavour and spice respectively. Although this recipe is simple, it is also easy to spoil. To help you make the best garlic butter, here are some tips to follow.
Unsalted butter or salted butter?
The choice of butter to be used is very important. Of course, butter can be unsalted or salted. From its name, the former is packaged with salt. Unsalted butter appears to be the best because it allows you to manage the salt in your garlic butter. For those watching their sodium intake, the unsalted butter is best for you. With unsalted butter, it is less possible to over-salt your garlic butter. However, if you were only able to get a salted butter, take extra caution when adding the salt.
Is room temperature important?
Yes, of course. For the best garlic butter, your butter should be at room temperature to facilitate better creaming and perfect incorporation of all the ingredients added to it. You may, after preparation, store the garlic butter in the refrigerator.
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