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Garlic Rosemary Butter

November 22, 2009
3 Ratings
  • Makes 16 T. butter
Author Notes

Garlic Butter is one of our year-round staples. Sometimes I buy it from Ronnybrook at the farmers market, and sometimes I make it. When I make it home I like to use fresh herbs to give the flavor a new twist. We use this with everything from garlic bread and scrambled eggs, to pasta and mashed potatoes. This recipe would work well with other herbs if you don't like rosemary or it isn't available. —Kelsey Banfield

What You'll Need
  • 16 tablespoons unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 8 medium size garlic cloves
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons fresh rosemary, finely chopped
  • 1 pinch Kosher salt
  1. Press the garlic cloves through a garlic press into a glass bowl. Then, add the butter and chopped rosemary. Mix them thoroughly. Add a pinch of Kosher salt and taste the mixture. If it needs more salt, add it pinch by pinch until it reaches the desired taste. Store, covered, in the refrigerator.
  2. Note: If you want an even more intense garlic taste just add 1-2 more cloves. Same with the herbs.

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Home cook, food blogger, cookbook author, wine lover, avid traveler, and mother of two young children. Check out my books: The Naptime Chef: Fitting Great Food into Family Life (2012), and The Family Calendar Cookbook: From Birthdays to Bake Sales, Good Food to Carry You Through the Year (2015), Running Press.

2 Reviews

SunnySideUp (. November 23, 2009
what a great item to have on hand - i bet this would be great with fish. i love the idea of adding it to eggs.
Maria T. November 23, 2009
Yummy, what a fantastic idea! Goes in the must do list