Yes you read that right, make your own butter. OK so you may think it is a bit of a hassle and it can be a little messy, but having just sampled some homemade butter, I can say without hesitation, it is worth all the effort.
Save your hands and arms by using an electric whisk or mixer. Make sure you have some clean kitchen muslin – you can use strong kitchen paper, but I think muslin is better and slightly more environmentally friendly. The added bonus of making your own butter is the by-product, otherwise known as buttermilk which you can use for all sorts of recipes. 2 for the price of 1!
- l litre double cream (don’t use whipping or single, you will just end up with cream!)
and that’s it!
- Pour the cream into a large bowl of a food mixer and whisk on…
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