The MagicalButter device makes flavored butter and oil as easy as pushing a button. Simply pour your melted butter into the machine then add your favorite herbs or plant matter push the butter button and in as little as 2 hours your herbal infused butter is ready for adding to favorite recipe. THE DEVICE DOES EVERYTHING it grinds, heats, stirs and blends your ingredients automatically with a scientifically designed patent pending microprocessor controlled cooking cycle.
The more herbs you add with your butter the stronger the taste and potency will be. As a guide some people use as little as 2 grams (of your favorite herb) per stick of butter to as much as 8 grams per stick of butter. One full butter stick generally equals 1/2 of a cup. Most store bought cookie mixes call for a 1/2 a cup of butter (1 stick). It is not recommended to exceed 3/4 of a cup of butter per batch of cookies doing so will result in very oily cookies. That’s it your done now just start baking your cookies.
-Tip if you add Soy Lecithin in with the butter and your favorite herbs it will help the infusion process. I tablespoon per stick of butter is recommended. Soy Lecithin is available at most vitamin stores you want to look for one with the highest phospholipids somewhere in the 97-98% range is best.
- Useful information on Soy Lecithin from the Live Strong foundation: http://www.livestrong.com/soy-lecithin/
-Tip it is also recommend to use a few tablespoons of Soy Lecithin in your final recipe for example if you are making cookies add a couple of tablespoons to the cookie mix. This helps the body absorb the fats in the butters/oils.
-Tip Coconut Oil is a wonderful but more expensive alternative to butter try it.
You can use your herbal butter to enhance the flavor on anything and everything you eat.
BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE – Now that you have mastered herbal butter try other great herbal infused recipes like salad dressings and flavored oils. All made simple with the extraordinary MagicalButter Device!!!
It is recommended when cooking with herbs to never exceed 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
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