Simple Seasoned Butter Recipes



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Simple Seasoned Butter Recipes

Easy Seasoned Butter Recipes

Here is an easy seasoned butter recipe to give you a little bit different taste for your grilling or just about any occasion when you might use butter!

Summer has arrived bringing with it lots of grilling. We don’t grill just meat anymore but also veggies and everything else we can think of. Here is a tip to flavor almost anything. It is most commonly used to flavor corn but you could brush these seasoned butters on any veggie or meat that you want.

Just soften or melt a half a stick of butter and add a couple of Tablespoons of one of the following:

  • Italian Dressing
  • Caesar Dressing
  • Parmesan Cheese
  • Fresh herbs
  • Barbecue Sauce

You could also soften or melt the butter and sprinkle in a little of the dry packets like taco or Italian seasoning.

Even with all of the great flavors out there I still must admit that I love just good old butter, salt and pepper. Sometimes the simplest thing is the best. :)

     -Jill

 



Comments

  1. says

    Today is the big day. My mastectomy is scheduled at 2:00 p.m. EST. I want it done yesterday–LOL. The tests on the opposite side are clear. What a relief that is. I am very much at peace and accepting of the surgery. After this, radiation and/or chemotherapy will NOT be needed. That is also a relief.

    I do have to admit that this is a rotten way to lose 5 pounds. I could have gone to a posh spa to lose weight for what all of this is costing the insurance companies. Well, that’s why we make our payments to them for.

    I’ll touch base again with you as soon as I’m able.
    Thank you Jill for letting me post here. I’ve been copying my posts and putting them in my journal. Saves typing over and over. LOL

    Fondly, Peg

  2. Angie says

    Peg,

    Thanks for the update. I will be praying for you this afternoon during your surgery. It’s wonderful that you will not need the chemo/radiation. Please post an update as soon as you are home and able.

    Hugs and prayers,
    Angie

  3. jill says

    I ditto what Angie said. You may not get to see this before you go but I will be praying for you too. I’m sure most of us will. Do keep us posted. I am so glad about the radiation and chemo. Thank goodness you don’t have to have it.

    With lots of prayers and love,
    Jill

  4. Rachell says

    The seasoned butter sounds great. I might mix up some for our Memorial Day BBQ! I bet it would be great on corn on the cob. I like to mix honey with butter for yeast rolls. YUM!

    Our family loves oven roasted seasoned potatoes and the ones in the frozen food section are terribly over-priced.
    I make my own in a variety of flavors just like your butter. I like to keep my cooking simple and use packets of seasoning mixes as long as they are affordable.

    In a large ziploc bag I mix about 1/4 c. vegetable oil and any variety of seasoning packet we are in the mood for! I let the vegetable oil and seasoning sit for a minute while I scrub & chop up 1 1/2- 2 pounds of unpeeled potatoes. (I rarely, if ever, peel potatoes even for mashed potatoes- we call them “rustic”). I bake these in an ungreased baking pan at 375 degrees for about 30 minutes. This time depends on how large the potatoe chunks are cut. I have doubled this and even tripled it for family gathering. Great left overs for breakfast as well.

    Our family favorites are….
    Taco Potatoes- taco seasoning pkt.
    Ranch Potatoes- dry ranch seasoning pkt.
    Italian Potatoes- dry Italian dressing mix pkt.

    Thanks for your newletters and I love your recipes!
    Rachell

  5. Grizzy Bear Mom says

    My prayers are with you Margaret Deyeo. Grizzy Bear Mom ROAR! and scare all that cancer away!

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