Do you enjoy the flavor of fresh herbs in your meals?
Do you wish you could preserve the summer flavors into the colder winter months?
Herb butter is great for sauteing vegetables, embellishing cooked rice and pasta dishes, seasoning chicken and pork, spread onto a slice of fresh baked bread, or melting on top of baked potatoes.
Parsley and lemon zest
Rosemary and thyme
Lemon balm and rosemary
Lemon balm, parsley, thyme, rosemary (pictured)
Garnishing the herb butter with a fresh sprig of the herbs used in the blend.
For the richest flavor, use herbs harvested from the garden (or planters) at their peak.
When fresh-from-the-garden herbs are out-of-season, use fresh herbs from the produce section at the local grocery store.
Preparing herb butter provides a tasty solution to preserving an abundant crop of fresh herbs and adding rich flavor to meals.
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