Flavoured butter, sometimes also called compound butter or herb butter is a refreshing way to bring great flavours to steaks, seafood and even baked goods.
Prawns and scallops in a ginger butter sauce with grated carrot and leeks. Delicious served with plain basmati rice.
Serve the dressed asparagus alone as a first course, or as a luxurious vegetable accompaniment.
This is such an easy recipe for an amazing result. Cook your seasoned sirloin steak on the BBQ then brush with homemade fresh garlic butter.
This cake has a nice lemony taste and really shows off the tangy passionfruit butter in between its two halves. You can use this spread between cake halves to make a plain cake very special. It's kind of like lemon butter - or lemon curd - but with the tangy taste of passionfruit.
This herb butter with chives and parsley makes great garlic or herb bread. It keeps in the fridge for about 10 days.
This is a delicious spread that I put on fruit bread. You can also make papaya butter by substituting it for the mango.
I like to make my own herb butter so I can use the herbs I like best; once made I keep it in the fridge to serve with steaks, fresh bread and whatever else comes to mind.
Use this slightly spicy, flavoured butter for barbecued steak or corn. You can use it during or after the cooking. It's also good on baked potatoes.
To make a Dairy Free option of this steak butter, use a dairy free magarine (e.g. Nuttelex) in place of the butter.
Here's a new approach to fried salmon fillets - flavoured with curry powder, coconut and garam masala. Delicious! Serve with white rice.