Almost all types of butter that are being sold in supermarkets contain pasteurized milk and therefore they are considered as unhealthy products.
However, in this article, we are going to present you homemade organic butter recipe. Moreover, this homemade butter contains raw milk, so that it is packed with healthy vitamins, minerals and nutrients. Namely, it is also a great source of Vitamin A, which is beneficial for promoting optimal skin, eye, teeth, tissue, and membrane health. This vitamin is also responsible for gene transcription.
That’s not all, this organic butter primarily consists of medium chain fatty acids, which can prevent the development of many cancer types.
Homemade Organic Butter Recipe
- 2 cups of organic heavy cream
- Some sea salt
First of all, place the cream into food processor and blend it for several minutes or until you get a whipped cream.
In addition, keep blending it until it gets grainy and divide into butter milk and butter.
Afterwards, you should drain buttermilk from the butter.
Next, consider scraping the butter from the sides and then place it in a bowl.
Then, transfer it into a colander as well as strain off the buttermilk.
By using cold water you should rinse the butter. Also, you should gently turn the butter by using a spoon while the water is running over it. Keep doing it until the water runs clear.
Once the butter is clean, consider squeezing more liquid from it with wooden paddles in order to smash it and pour off liquid.
Finally, the homemade butter should be placed in a jar and kept in a fridge.
Note: Your homemade organic butter can actually last for a few months.
What’s more, here are also some excellent combos that can be prepared by using softened, unsalted butter:
- Snipped parsley and lemon zest;
- Snipped fresh basil and grated Parmesan cheese;
- Chopped fresh cilantro, Sriracha, and lime zest;
- Some sesame oil and grated ginger;
- Chopped, drained, pickled ginger, snipped fresh Thai basil, and chopped garlic;
- Ground black pepper and sea salt;
- Chopped kalamata olives and chopped feta cheese;
- Orange zest, chopped fresh sage and chopped cranberries;
- Blueberries, maple syrup and orange zest;
- Chopped pecans and raw organic honey.
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- Willet, Walter. ”Eat, Drink, and Be Health