spreadable butter thermomix recipe

If you have a Thermomix and haven’t tried making butter yet - try it now!

 

This tastes great, is quick to make and is very cost effective.And you have complete control of what the ingredients are.

This is the same basic recipe as in the Everyday Cookbook, with a bit of a tweak to make it easy to spread.

Insert butterfly into Tmx bowl.

Add 600g cream (cold, fresh, whipping cream - NOT thickened cream)

Blend on speed 4 until it separates into butter solids and butter milk. You will need to watch and listen during this step. Start with the MC in place until it thickens enough to not splatter, then you can look in and tell when it separates. It also changes sound. This can take from 1 - 3 minutes depending on the freshness of the cream.

Remove the butterfly.Push all the solids to the bottom of the bowl. Insert the basket on top of the solids and use this to easily strain off the buttermilk into another container. Squeeze as much buttermilk out of the solids as you can using the spatula. Don’t throw the buttermilk away! It is great to use in baking and you can also freeze it to use another time.

Place 500g chilled water (it must be cold) into the bowl with the butter and mix for 5-10 seconds on speed 4 to wash the butter.

Strain liquid again through the basket, this time down the sink. Get as much liquid out as you can. Use the spatula to press it to get the liquid out.

Add 1 tsp of salt (this preserves it a little longer, but is optional) and 80 grams of non-flavoured oil. Mix in for 30 seconds on speed 4.All done! Scoop into a container and store in the fridge.

Note: This spreadable butter can look a little sloppy when you first make it but it will firm up in the fridge.

Thermomix Butter recipe

 

Thermomix Recipe Creater is Karen from Cooking in the Chaos your can also find her fabulous Graphic Desgn Buisness and Etsy store here.

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