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5 Hacks to Keep Your Butter Taste Fresh

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5 Hacks to Keep Your Butter Taste Fresh

Butter makes our Thermomix®️ made meals taste creamy and wonderful. It’s very useful especially if your making pastries and it adds flavour to sautéd dishes.

But how do we enhance the taste of this creamy delight to make our meals more sumptuous?

Today, we’ll be sharing some hacks to enhance the buttery goodness of your butter. And here are some of them:

  1. Butter tastes best when it’s fresh. So, it’s recommended to buy butter that you can consume within 1-2 weeks. However, if you have a lot of butter and you feel like you can’t use up everything in 2 weeks, you can store your butter in the freezer to lock in the freshness and flavour of your butter.
  2. Toasts and sandwiches are best paired with fresh, tasty butter. But be careful not to put crumbs on other parts of your butter. You can put a small amount of butter in abutter crock to make sure that crumbs will not fall to the rest of your butter.
  3. If you’ll be sautéing vegetables or small chunks of meat, heat your pan first before adding your butter. Coat your pan with butter then add your ingredients.
  4. Grate your frozen butter to soften your butter easily and store it in a covered container or abutter crock.
  5. Never melt your butter over high heat as it will separate the solid part of the milk leaving you with burnt butter.

And to make your butter fresh and easy to spread when you need it, you can always put it in aCeramic Butter Crock.

We also have a cheat sheet for you so you can add your favourite flavours into your butter. Download your copy here.

Do you know other ways on how to enhance the taste of your butter? We love to know about it. Send it to us by leaving a comment below.


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Anita
Anita

May 21, 2019

Really love my butter crock. It holds just the right amount of butter for my family. By using the crock, my butter keeps better but I make sure I change the water every other day. Easily lasts a week, week and half on the bench – Autumn/Winter now in Aus. I freeze left-over butter. Grated frozen butter is great in pastry or scones.

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TM Essentials has no association with Vorwerk International AG (Vorwerk) or its distributors, including Thermomix in Australia Pty Ltd and Thermomix in New Zealand Limited. The products sold on this website have not been tested by Vorwerk, or any of its distributors, and Vorwerk and its distributors have not authorised or approved the use of TM Essentials products with Thermomix™ and Varoma™ appliances.

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