How to Brown Butter
Nutty browned butter adds depth of flavor to sweet and savory dishes alike.
Everyone knows butter can burn easily, but getting it one step before burned—to just browned—brings out a nutty flavor that’s perfect for hearty fall foods. Here’s how: Melt butter in a light-colored skillet so you can gauge the color. Swirl 4 minutes or until butter smells nutty and is golden brown.
Toss with pasta, winter squash or vegetables, drizzle over fish or use for baking.
Macadamia nuts and white chocolate are the counterpoint for the toasty taste of brown butter.
A nice winter vegetable dish.