Let us create a 3D eBook for you!
Let us create a 3d Digital eBook for you! DigyCat.com

Easy Herb Butters


Since herbs are plentiful this time of year, why not use them to make a variety of simple herb butters? You can even freeze the butters to enjoy in the cooler fall months ahead.

Use these tasty butters on everything from grilled steaks, fish, and chicken, to cooked vegetables. And don't forget to slather some on a big chunk of fresh bread.

To make herb butters, chop the herbs very fine (and pulverize the seeds). Cream the butter. Then blend in the herbs and seasonings. Roll the herb butter into a log, then wrap the log in waxed paper. Store in the refrigerator, or put in the freezer (for up to 6 months).

Try the following herb butter combinations:

BASIC HERBAL BUTTER

2 sticks softened butter

1 Tsp. chopped, fresh green basil

1 Tbsp. chopped, fresh marjoram

1 Tbsp. chopped, fresh chives

1 tspo. chopped, fresh rosemary

1 tsp. fresh lemon juice

PARSLEY HERB BUTTER

1/2 c. softened butter

1 clove garlic, crushed

2 Tbsp. chopped fresh parsley

1 tsp. lemon juice

1/4 tsp. chopped basil

1/4 tsp. oregano

Pepper to taste

ROSEMARY BUTTER

2 Tbsp. chopped fresh rosemary leaves

1 Tbsp. chopped fresh parsley

1 tsp. lemon juice

2 sticks softened butter

Variation: To make pretty pats of these butters, spoon softened herb butter into candy molds and freeze. When the butter is frozen, pop it out of the molds. Store the butter pats in the refrigerator.

Suzanne Lieurance is a freelance writer and owner of the Three Angels Gourmet Co. which produces a unique line of "heavenly gourmet mixes" for sale at http://www.threeangelsgourmet.com and through gift shops, Christian bookstores, gourmet food stores, and gift basket companies across the country.

For daily food tips and other fun food information, visit the Three Angels Gourmet Co. blog at http://www.threeangelsgourmet.blogspot.com


MORE RESOURCES:

Cooking Tips - Google News

This RSS feed URL is deprecated

This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news

Eating raw oysters could make you sick. How do you prevent this? - Island Packet


Eating raw oysters could make you sick. How do you prevent this?
Island Packet
Oysters that contain harmful bacteria don't look, smell or taste different than any other oysters and, according to the CDC, the only way to kill the bacteria is by cooking them properly. “I've been doing this all my life and we've never had a case of ...

Food In Brief: 01/20/2018 - Traverse City Record Eagle


Food In Brief: 01/20/2018
Traverse City Record Eagle
Text ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/Japanese DotsText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/Solid$ID/NothingText ColorText Color$ID/NothingText ColorText Colorm. Feb. 3 at the Hagerty Center. Enjoy demonstrations, cooking tips and samples. People may select ...

DeClutter Coach: How to cook once and eat for days - The Times Telegram


DeClutter Coach: How to cook once and eat for days
The Times Telegram
What are we having for dinner? If you cringe when you hear those words, today's column is for you! There's nothing more stressful than coming home from a long work day and having no idea what to make for dinner. Planning ahead is the answer. It will ...

and more »

Richburg fire marshal offers some tips for cooking fires ... - Chester News


Richburg fire marshal offers some tips for cooking fires ...
Chester News
The Richburg Fire Department responded to two cooking fires Tuesday night, and those two fires were part of a total of four cooking fires across the county, said Richburg Fire Marshal Mike Ehrmanntraut. In the first fire, the homeowner was warming oil ...

and more »

Meal prep made easy: 6 easy tips to become a batch-cooking pro ... - Today.com


Today.com

Meal prep made easy: 6 easy tips to become a batch-cooking pro ...
Today.com
Whether you're expecting a baby soon and want to stock up on easy-to-reheat freezer dinners for when the little one arrives or you just want to make weeknights easier by having an arsenal of meals ready-to-go, you might want to consider devoting an ...

and more »

Your guide to the best in at-home cooking kits - Shreveport Times - Shreveport Times


Shreveport Times

Your guide to the best in at-home cooking kits - Shreveport Times
Shreveport Times
Maybe you have been wanting to learn to cook. Or maybe you are already a cook but want to dabble in different cuisines or using different ingredients. Or maybe you just have been wondering what to do with kale. If any of these situations apply to you ...

and more »

Now we're cooking: Mpls. chef shares her tips for kitchen rookies - Minnesota Public Radio News


Minnesota Public Radio News

Now we're cooking: Mpls. chef shares her tips for kitchen rookies
Minnesota Public Radio News
Cooking at home can be a healthy and fun pursuit, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Many of us find making dinner — or even thinking about making dinner — a little scary. A Food Network survey showed that 28 percent of American's say they cannot cook ...

Classic recipe: Easy chicken Jerusalem - Madison.com


Classic recipe: Easy chicken Jerusalem
Madison.com
Each week, we're pulling a classic recipe out of the State Journal archives and sharing it here as it was originally printed years ago. Remember, ingredients and cooking techniques change over time so you may want to make some adjustments when trying ...

5 Recipe Hacks That Will Change the Way You Make Soup - Shape Magazine


Shape Magazine

5 Recipe Hacks That Will Change the Way You Make Soup
Shape Magazine
Cooking butternut squash and pumpkin and then blending it all up gives you a silky, bright soup packed with flavor and nutrients. You could also try potatoes or parsnips if you're looking for a lighter color or a milder flavor. For smooth and easy ...

LargeFriends.com - the best dating site for plus-sized singles!
SuccessfulMatchCentral.com - the best dating site for plus-sized singles!

PreLaunchX

DietRight.biz Domain Is For Sale - $8,500 For Enquiries eMail Us

© www.DietRight.biz 2012

home | site map | links