How to Make Steak Butter

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Steak butter requires, among other things, a pan and a tablespoon of butter. Make steak butter with help from a certified culinary instructor in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Chef David Nelson from CulinaryHallofFame.com, and I'm going to show you how to make steak butter. I've got a pan on the stove here with a tablespoon of butter in it. I'm going to add the three cloves of garlic chopped, or minced. And, just let that soften up. While that's softening, I'm going to add some herbs to this soft room-temperature butter, one stick. So, I've got some rosemary here, strip off the stem. Some fresh thyme. Keep an eye on your butter, you don't want that to brown - your garlic to brown. You want it to just be soft and get that nice flavor into the butter. And, a little curly or flat-leaf parsley for color. And, the juice from a half a lemon. I'm going to squeeze that over my hand just to catch any seeds, because you don't want to be biting into a seed in your steak butter. Catch the seeds. Okay, now I'm going to add oh, about a teaspoon of salt, because I'm using unsalted butter. Nice, healthy pinch of cayenne, and about, oh, a half a teaspoon of black pepper. Okay, my garlic is nice and soft, good color, just barely turning blond. Going to pour that in, and mash together my ingredients. Alright, now, we have to chill this butter before we can slice it. Obviously, I can't slice this. So, now I'm going to need some saran wrap. I'm going to bring that over here, and we're going to roll it up, because we've got to chill it. Okay, and we'll set that in the refrigerator for three hours or overnight, and it'll be ready for slicing when your steak is ready. After it's set up, it'll look like this, and you'll take your knife and slice about a third of an inch, thick slices, probably two for the top of a nice steak. Soon as it comes off the grill, set it on top, or your pork chop, and you'll have a fantastic steak. So, now you know how to make steak butter. Chef David Nelson, signing off.

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