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Brown Butter

brown butter| lilcupcakemonkey.com

Oh Brown butter! Brown butter is something that I recently started using it in my baking and I love it a little too much. The smell from the browning of the butter lingers around the house even after hours of making it. It gives this nutty, woody warmth to the air around haha! Use it in Cookies, cakes and Pies. If you are not someone that wants anything to do with sweet stuff! You can always drizzle it on salads 😉 . Use the milk solids bits of the brown butter in baking to give that extra depth of flavour. Here are some ideas for using this.  

Brown Butter

Caramalized and browned butter for cookies, cakes and pies.

Course Side Dish
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 175 gm

Ingredients

Brown Butter

  • 1 Cup Butter 2 sticks / 225 gm

Instructions

Brown Butter

  1. In a heavy bottom sauce pan or pot, add the butter. 

  2. Melt the butter on low heat. Swirl the butter or gently whisk it occasionally. 

  3. As the butter melts and before it starts to brown, the butter starts frothing. Using a whisk, whisk it gently. 

  4. As the butter starts to brown, there is a nutty aroma that starts to linger! (this is kind of the sign that its ready!) You will notice tiny brown bits, this is your milk solids that were separated.

  5. Once the colour changes from pale yellow to golden yellow to almost starting to turn amber, turn off the heat.  (this helps to not burn the butter)

  6. Use a metal sieve to strain the milk solids and transfer the brown butter to another bowl or container (heat proof) to prevent it from further browning and burning.

  7. Once it reaches room temperature, use it in bakes or just drizzle over salad! even better roast some winter veg with it 😀 

  8. It lasts in refrigerator for 2-3 weeks in a clean bottle. 

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