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Fresh herbs and a little salt make a delicious compound butter. Perfect for steaks, corn on the cob or to spread on fresh warm bread. An incredibly simple way to take your steaks (or fish, or veggies, or pasta) to the next level!
If you’ve never made compound butter, you’re in for a treat.
So simple yet delivers a punch of herb-infused flavor that elevates anything you serve it with.
It’s like visiting a fine steakhouse — at home!
This savory compound butter simply takes a stick of butter, some herbs, a drizzle of olive oil, a dash of salt, and a couple of hours in the refrigerator. It’s incredibly worth it!
There are a couple of ways to make compound butter. I like whipped compound butter, so I most often begin with cold cubed butter and the stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment. But you can also use a softened stick of butter and simply whip it together using a fork. Either way, it’s delicious.
If you’ve not tried making compound butter, you simply must! You’ll be glad you did.