We’ve all done it, right? You find a great recipe you’re excited about making and after you’ve pulled out all the ingredients you realize you forgot to set out the butter ahead of time.
So what do you do? Have you ever noticed when you melt butter how it turns to liquid? The butter and liquid separate because water and oil don’t mix well together. It’s no good to use at this point.
So you don’t want melted butter you want room temperature butter.
You don’t have time to let it sit?
Here are some great ideas from bakers on how to bring your butter to room temperate quick!
1. Place butter on top of gas stove. Since gas stoves are usually warm the heat will warm your butter.
2. If you don’t have a gas stove, preheat your oven and place butter on top of oven.
4. Put butter in a ziplock bag and beat it with a rolling pin.
5. Grate it with a cheese grater.
6. Dice butter into small pieces and microwave on defrost for 5-10 seconds.
7. Put in a ziplock bag and tuck it under your arm while your preparing the recipe.
8. Change the microwave temperature to 50%, melt in 10 second increments.
10. Warm in a double-boiler for butter.
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