Roasted Garlic Herb Butter Uses

Roasted Garlic Herb Butter is a classic addition to many steakhouse menu items (Hello, garlic mashed potatoes!) as well as on Italian restaurant menus. (Yes, that is some garlicky bread.) But there’s no reason you have to wait to enjoy those flavors during a special night out. Instead, trust Epicurean Butter to bring you superior garlic herb flavor for an easy at-home meal.

Try it for breakfast

There are no rules around how you get to enjoy compound butter, especially garlic butter. Try it on a bagel and start your day right.

Finish meat and fish with garlic herb butter

The most common use for Roasted Garlic Herb Butter may be on bread, potatoes, and noodles, but it also has a place beyond starch. Cook your proteins as you would normally and while your fillets or patties rest, allow a tablespoon of Roasted Garlic Herb Butter to melt gently on top. Serve and enjoy! Here are a couple more specific serving suggestions to consider.

Spice up a salad

Most garlic dressings call for olive oil, but we can tell you with confidence that liquified butter works well in a salad dressing, too. Add your acid - like lemon juice or vinegar - along with a dash of sugar. Then stir vigorously. Complete the salad with roasted garlic croutons.

Pan sauces for veggies and so much more

Beurre blanc is one of those recipes any serious home cook should master because it greatly enhances an ordinary veggie side. However, if you’re going to use a compound butter as the basis of your sauce, pay very close attention to not overcook or burn the herbs and garlic in the butter. (More about that here)

Epicurean’s Garlic Herb Butter is easily our most popular flavor, and for good reason. It’s versatile and elevates just about any dish whether it is a starch, protein, or vegetable.

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