If you are tired of your butter or margarine spoiling before you ever get the chance to use it, add butter powder to your pantry. This fine, dry powder consists mostly of butter combined with milk solids with the minute amount of water in the butter taken out, creating a product with a shelf life of one year after opening to three years, unopened. Use butter powder with ease in many recipes, over vegetables and in baked goods.
As a Recipe Substitute
Heat 1/2 cup water on the stove to warm, not boiling. Alternatively, you can heat 1/2 cup water in a microwave-safe cup for 30 seconds until warm or use hot tap water.
Place 1/2 cup butter powder in a mixing bowl.
Pour warm water over the butter powder. Stir until completely blended.
Add to a recipe that calls for one stick or 1/2 cup of butter.
Plate a stack of warm pancakes. Place 1 tsp. of butter powder onto the pancakes. Spread the butter powder as it melts just as you would with real butter. The butter powder adds a milky flavor the pancakes.
Scoop 1 tsp. of butter powder, with a pinch of salt, onto steamed or boiled vegetables. The butter powder melts into a rich, buttery flavoring.
Add 1/8 tsp. of vegetable or olive oil to change the consistency and flavor of butter powder.
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