We’re Back!! We just spent an amazing week at Disney World and I can’t wait to tell you all about it! BigBear and I went down to Orlando so that I could attend Food Blog Forum (it’s a food blogger conference) and we took my brother and his girlfriend with us for a week long vacation! It was splendid!
We just had the best time!
Be on the lookout over the next few weeks because I’m going to be posting a recap of the conference, some Disney do’s and don’ts, a new hotel review (Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter!! ahhh!!) and I’ve even got a few Disney meal inspired recipes coming up too!
We may have been on vacation but we didn’t rest at all haha. it was go, go go from the moment we got there! I need a vacation to unwind from my vacation! 😉
But for now, I’ll just put all of the Disney stuff to the side and try to regain my focus…for a little bit.
Today, I’m sharing this fantastically, flavorful Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Compound Butter with you!
This is the first year I’ve really made compound butter and I’m kind of mad at myself for waiting so long to try my hand at making it. I’ve had it in “fancy” restaurants and even the old restaurant that I use to work in had a cinnamon mixed butter but I just didn’t even give it a second thought when I wasn’t eating out.
Homemade compound butter is perfect for spreading on bread, topping steaks and it’s great when it’s used on chicken before cooking!
Now when I’m cooking or baking with butter I won’t lie, I normally stock up on generic unsalted butter. I use so much of it that I would go broke if I bought super nice butter for everything!
However, when I make compound butter I always spring for the good stuff. My choice for my compound butter base is normally always Kerrygold unsalted Butter (not that’s not a sponsored plug, I just really love it!)
And this is how you make Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Compound Butter:
Mix in some finely minced fresh rosemary!
Mix until everything is combined!
Lay out a sheet of plastic wrap onto a flat surface.
Once the butter had hardened either leave it in the wrapper until read to use to remove it and place it in a butter dish.
Now go forth and use Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Compound Butter on everything!