Thawing an entire block of butter can take a few hours. However, a kitchen hack could help speed up the process without risking burning the butter in the microwave.
The hack was posted by America’s Test Kitchen on its YouTube account, where it has 1.61 million subscribers. The advice was demonstrated by Sam Block, a test cook and chef.
She detailed the smart way to thaw frozen butter or soften refrigerated butter with a glass and hot water.
“So, I really want this butter at room temperature, but I don’t feel like waiting at all,” said the food says the expert.
“So instead, I’m going to try this cooking hack.”
How does it work exactly? Sam has detailed a step by step guide.
How to Soften Butter
Grateting cold butter will help soften it because the more surface area the butter has, the faster it softens.
Cut it into cubes
Cutting butter into cubes follows the same science as grating butter.
Roll the butter
Put the butter between parchment paper and roll it with a rolling pin to soften the button.
How to store butter
Recently, This Morning mainstream reporter Alice Beer said butter should be kept out of the refrigerator – for the majority.
She told viewers of the ITV show that the butter can “stay out of the fridge as long as you eat it within two weeks”.
“Butter is made from pasteurized cream, pasteurization will repel bacteria, only keep out what you are going to eat.
“But at room temperature, you can store it for quite a long time, up to two weeks, or if not, store it in the fridge.”
Another recently detailed food hack how to restore stale bread.
Chef Tristan Welch has a large following on TikTok where he shares recipes and food hacks. He has 82.5,000 followers on his TikTok account.
He explained how to revitalize stale bread. Tristan says, “From hard as a rock to fresh as a daisy – revive your stale bread using this simple trick.
“I recommend enjoying it hot with lots of butter.”
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