Learn how to make herb butter straight from your garden with this recipe. This garlic herb butter recipe is so savory ad delicious and pairs well with so many things. I love using my herbs in butter to keep the flavors going past season.
How to Make Herb Butter
Today I’m sharing this Garlic Herb Butter recipe, which I absolutely love atop a slice of Skillet Cornbread or Buttermilk Biscuit. A dollop of this butter on a big juicy steak is also a big win for the Mr. I must say I am 100% #teamsavory if given the option and this dish hits all the right notes.
Garlic Herb Butter Recipe
This recipe is super easy to make and uses just a few ingredients. However, if you want to tackle homemade butter, it will just make your garlic herb butter recipe all the more better.Print
- 1/2 cup (1 stick) of unsalted butter, softened
- 3 sprigs of fresh rosemary
- 1 bundle of fresh chives
- 1 tsp garlic
- Kosher salt
- Allow your butter to soften to room temperature
- In a small bowl, spread and stir until creamy with a large spoon. On a chopping board, pull off needles from your rosemary and add chives into a pile, chopping into small pieces.
- Add chopped herbs, garlic and salt to butter and stir to combine. Spoon the mixture onto a small sheet of waxed paper and roll into a ball or log, twisting the edges of the waxed paper to seal. Place in refrigerator until chilled.
- Serve and enjoy!
You can certainly substitute any fresh herbs you may have here, like tarragon or thyme, and get creative with using them atop your favorite dish. I’d love to know your best combination. #HEIRLOOMED
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