- 5 g porcini mushroom, dried
- 50 g mushrooms
- 600 g whipping cream
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Mill porcini mushrooms for 10 seconds, speed 10 to make Porcini dust
Set aside and add back into bowl 1 tsp of the dust.
Add mushrooms and chop speed 7 for 3 seconds. Scrape down side of bowl with spatula
Insert butterfly whisk
Add cream, whisk on speed 4 until butter has been made. This can take between 1 and 3 minutes
Remove butterfly whisk and strain buttermilk from butter.
Save the buttermilk for use in bread or soup. The flavour is amazing.
Use porcini dust for additional flavour to risotto or any mushroom dish.
After you have made the mushroom butter, you can immediately use the bowl for a maincourse. Don't waste that beautiful flavour.
I use my mushroom butter as a stuffing in meat, but pop it on a jacket potato, stir through risotto, saute onions with it, this list just goes on and on.
Great for freezing in portions too
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