Making compound butters
Compound butters are an easy way to add unexpected dash to breads, pancakes, toast—anything you would spread with butter. Use almost anything to flavor compound butter: jams, jellies, spices, herbs, condiments, even cooked, pureed vegetables.
To make compound butter, soften a stick of butter to room temperature. In a bowl, mash together softened butter and choice of flavor agent until well combined.
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