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How to Make Homemade Butter

How to Make Homemade Butter

How to Make Homemade Butter

Do you enjoy recipes and foods that are homemade rather than processed? If you do, this video is perfect for you! By watching it, you will learn how to make your very own homemade butter. Take a look at how to make this possible!

What Does the Video Have to Say About Making Homemade Butter?

If you are going to make something homemade, you are going to need the right kitchen appliances and this video informs you of what they are. The video even explains that you can go old fashion by using a hand mixer if you would like. When you settle on the device or method you would like to use, you are educated on ingredients to add and the mixing setting that is required.

Once the ingredients have been mixed, the video then explains the process required for ensuring any unwanted initial ingredients are removed from the actual butter. The finishing steps for finalizing the butter cover how you can add flavors to the creation if you want along with tips on how long you can expect the butter to last.

Should You Even Bother Using the Video to Help You?

It is obvious that some kitchen appliances are needed for the butter making process. However, not all home cooks have the same or equal appliances. The video recognizes this and informs you of multiple appliances you can use to make your homemade butter; so you don’t have to feel as if you can’t do it or need to buy a special device. Also, the host of the video explains why certain ingredients are used. This information can be very useful in your cooking process or just for your own information.

While you are making butter, another little creation is unintentionally formulated from the process and the video shares what you can do with it. A characteristic to this creation is that it is initially mixed in with the butter. However, the video explains a technique to help you separate the food from one another. Also, during part of the finishing butter steps, you are required to get your hands dirty. If you are someone who is not too fond of that, watching the video will teach you other techniques you can use to help keep your hands to yourself.

Check out the recipe on page 2