Take your steak up a notch by topping it with this incredibly tasty Garlic Herb Steak Butter!
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Steak is most definitely my fiance’s favorite dinner. We don’t eat it all the time, but when we do, we go all out.
The most important factors when making a really good steak are a great cut of meat that is cooked just perfectly. I’m actually still working on refining both my steak selection skills, as well as my indoor steak cooking skills. I leave the grilling to Daryl.
While our steak skills are improving, one thing I have down pat, is steak toppings. I love butter on steak. There is something magical about fat on fat, I guess?
Flavored steak butter is super easy to make and a delicious way to add some extra flavor.. For me, it all started with this Gorgonzola Herb Steak Butter and just keeps progressing.
My latest is this Garlic Herb Steak Butter. If you’re a fan of garlic, this one’s for you! It’s also perfectly suitable for those following a low carb, keto, or gluten free diet!
Garlic Herb Steak Butter
You’ll want to set the butter out ahead of time so that it can come to room temperature. This will make it so much easier to blend.
Mince the garlic and parsley.
Add all the ingredients to a small bowl and mash with a fork until well combined.
You can serve the butter as is. If you’d like to form it into shapes, I recommend using silicone candy molds. Alternatively, you can place the butter onto a piece if plastic wrap, cover it, and roll into a log.
Place into the refrigerator (or freezer) until firm. Remove from the trays, or slice if you made a log shape and place on a plate or into a bowl for serving.
Serve on top of a hot steak and let the butter melt all over. This butter is also amazing on vegetables!
Take your steak up a notch by adding this incredibly tasty Garlic Herb Steak Butter!
- 4 Tablespoons butter * at room temperature
- 1 Tablespoon garlic * minced
- 1 Tablespoon fresh parsley * minced
Mince the garlic and parsley and add to a small bowl with the butter. Mash everything together with a fork until well combined.
To shape the butter, use silicone candy molds or plastic on a piece of plastic wrap, cover, and roll into a log shape. Refrigerate until firm.
** Nutritional information is an estimate and will may vary.