Four Decadent Recipes Which Use Lots of Butter!

Butter is a cornerstone of many great dishes from all around the world. It makes food velvety, decadent and delicious. Here we take a look at just four of the most decadent dishes which use plenty of butter!

Butter-Aged Steak

Ageing steak is a process which is used to deepen the flavour of the meat being served. As steak ages, moisture is released from the muscle of the cut of beef which creates a more tender and intense eating experience. Butter ageing is the latest trend in meat ageing and is achieved by coating a slab of meat entirely with butter. This slows down the ageing process and creates what many think is the most tender cut of steak possible.

Butter Chicken Curry

Murgh Makhani – anglicised as butter chicken – is an Indian dish which was developed in the region of Punjab in 1947 and, as the name suggests, includes masses of butter. The calories are worth it, however, as the curry has become one of the best-loved in India as well as here in Britain.

Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and butter pudding is one of the most well-loved pudding recipes in the UK. Simple but effective, this timeless classic has been around since the 1700s and remains a huge part of British cuisine.

Deep-Fried Butter

How can butter become more unhealthy and more delicious? By deep-fat frying it! Served in the southern and mid-western states of America at fairs and public events, deep-fried butter was invented by Abel Gonzales Jr – also known as ‘Fried Jesus’. Gonzales is also credited with other ‘delicacies’ including deep-fried Coke.

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