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Garlic Cheese Herb Butter

Garlic Cheese Herb Butter created by ThatSouthernBelle

This is a multi-use recipe we've enjoyed for years. It's great for garlic bread, on pasta, vegetables, in mashed potatoes, on grilled or baked fish ...whatever you wish! It also makes a wonderful gift (I usually place it in a fabric-lined basket with a loaf of fresh bread and the recipe). Note: Make sure you use real butter - not margarine - for this recipe.

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directions

  • Blend in food processor or with mixer until it is fluffy.
  • Place on plastic wrap and roll into a log. Twist ends of plastic wrap to seal butter inches Best if left in refrigerator at least overnight before using to let flavors meld.
  • Store in refrigerator (or freezer), and cut off discs of butter as needed.
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"This is a multi-use recipe we've enjoyed for years. It's great for garlic bread, on pasta, vegetables, in mashed potatoes, on grilled or baked fish ...whatever you wish! It also makes a wonderful gift (I usually place it in a fabric-lined basket with a loaf of fresh bread and the recipe). Note: Make sure you use real butter - not margarine - for this recipe."
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  1. ThatSouthernBelle
    Made 1/8 of the recipe because it was pretty much just me eating it here but I still really liked it. I just used 1 garlic clove. Yum! Ciao, Bella P.S. I made this for the My 3 Chefs game :-)
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  2. ThatSouthernBelle
    Garlic Cheese Herb Butter Created by ThatSouthernBelle
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  3. Eloise P.
    This is a multi-use recipe we've enjoyed for years. It's great for garlic bread, on pasta, vegetables, in mashed potatoes, on grilled or baked fish ...whatever you wish! It also makes a wonderful gift (I usually place it in a fabric-lined basket with a loaf of fresh bread and the recipe). Note: Make sure you use real butter - not margarine - for this recipe.
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