Compound Butters: A Way to Save Herbs

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With the use of my Areo Garden I have an overabundance of herbs that I honestly cannot use fast enough. There are a variety of ways to save herbs for later use: drying, freezing them in water or oil and making compound butters. Compound butters are a great way to save your herbs and an easy way to add flavors to dishes.

Possible Combinations and Pairings:

  • Garlic and Rosemary – red meats
  • Dill and Chive – fish
  • Lemon Zest and Parsley – chicken
  • Parsley and Garlic – corn on the cob
  • Cilantro and Lime Zest – Tex-Mex
  • Chive Only – Potatoes

I have also heard of using roasted peppers in compound butters. The combinations are really only limited by imagination. Have you made compound butter? If so, what is your favorite?

Full recipe: https://mcgeetraveltales.com/2018/04/13/foodie-friday-dill-chive-butter/


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