Seasoned & compounded butters ( for sandwic
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Seasoned & compounded butters ( for sandwic
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:22:33 AM. Recipe ID 55239. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Seasoned & compounded butters ( for sandwic
 Categories: Butters, Sandwiches
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
MMMMM-----------------------JEANNIE ALLEN----------------------------
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           The following seasoned and
           Compounded butters can do
           Wonderful things for a
           Sandwich. Like most
           Seasonings, they complement
           And accentuate certain
           Ingredients;they also add
           A moist and pervasive
           Richness of flavor that
           Dried herbs, for example,
           Cannot.
           Keep stored in tightly
           Sealed glass jars in the
           Refrigerater.
           .........................
           For each of these butters,
           Proceed as follows;
           Add the listed
           Ingredient to 1/4 pound
           Creamed butter.
 
  Almond Butter---Work in 2 t blanched, ground almonds, and a few drops
  lemon juice. ....................... American Cheese Butter--- Work
  in 2 T grated American Cheese and a few drops Worcestershire sauce.
  ........................... Anchovy Butter---- Work in a few drops
  lemon juice, 1/2 t anchovy paste, and 1/2 t, finely minced parsley.
  ............................................ Apple Sauce Butter---
  Work in 2 T applesauce and 1 T ground nuts. .........................
  Apricot Butter--- Work in 2 T cooked, sieved apricot ( rather firm )
  and a few drops lemon juice. ....................................
  Caviar Butter--- Work in 1 T well-drained caviar, a few drops lemon
  juice, and 1/2 t grated onion. ................................ Chili
  Butter--- Work in 2 T chili sauce and a few drops lemon juice.
  ............................. Chive Butter--- Work in 2 T finely
  minced chives and 1 t grated onions. .................... Chutney
  Butter--- Work in 1 generous T ground mustard chutney and a few drops
  Tabasco sauce. ............................. Egg Yolk Butter--- Work
  in 1 sieved, hard -boiled egg yolk, a sprinkle of onion powder, and 1
  T finely minced parsely. ............................. Garlic
  Butter--- In a few drops of water or vinegar blanch a clove of
  garlic. Remove and dry and either mash or put through a garlic press.
  Work into butter. .............................. Green Pepper
  Butter--- Work in 3 T grated, well-drained green pepper and a few
  drops lemon juice. ............................... Herring Butter---
  Work in 1 T ground smoked herring, free of bones, and a few drops of
  lemon juice. .............................. Horseradish Butter---
  Work in 2 T well drained horseradish and 1 t finely minced chives.
  ........................................... Jam Butter---Work in 2 T
  any kind of jamand a few drops lemon juice.
  ................................. Jelly Butter--- Work in 2 T any
  kind of jelly and a few drops of lemon juice if desired. 1 T ground
  nuts may be added if desired. ..................................
  Ketchup Butter--- Work in 3 T ketchup and 2 t grated onion.
  ........................... Lemon Butter--- Add 2 t lemon juice to
  creamed butter, and 1/2 t grated lemon rind.
  .............................. Liverwurst Butter---Work in 3 T mashed
  liverwurst and a few drops lemon juice or 1 t grated onion.
  ............................... Lobster Butter--- Work in 1/2 c
  cooked, ground lobster, and a few drops lemon juice.
  ...................................... Molasses Butter...Work in 1 T
  mollasses and 1/4 t grated lemon or orange rind.
  ............................
  
  From: Lewisallen
 




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Recipe ID 55239 (Apr 03, 2005)

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