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Published on: 01 Feb 2017 by afsheenkhan934

5 Kinds Of Butter Every Sandwich Lover Should Sample

Intro: There’s a whole world
of butter and butter spread beyond the
humble salted butter
you’ve grown up with. If you’re a sandwich connoissuer, here are 5 that will
take your sandwich to a whole new level of deliciousness.

Butter forms the basis of any sandwich. After all, it
is what reinforces the bread and prepares it to hold its structure when you
pile on the stuffing. If you have a special soft corner for sandwiches, whether
it is as a snack or as a meal when paired with a chilled iced tea, you’re
always looking for ways to make your sandwich more exciting. What better way to
give your sandwich an extra flavour boost than with the help of special butter?

Take
a look at 5 that are our absolute favourites.

Herbed butter

Think
regular salted butter
on a flavour rush! Flavoured with anything from dried or fresh herbs to chilli,
garlic and sometimes even cheese, herbed butters are a sure-shot way to add
heaps of flavour to your sandwich without taking away from the simplicity of
the snack. You can buy storebought ones or make your own rather easily. Here’s
a quick recipe that never fails us.

 Ingredients

100g
butter

4
cloves garlic, minced

1tsp
chilli flakes

2tsp
parsley, finely chopped

 

Method:

Simply
heat the butter until it
melts. Allow it to cool slightly until it reaches room temperature, but hasn’t
solidified. Add the rest of the ingredients and stir well to combine. Transfer
into a glass jar and refrigerate until you need to use it!

 

Cashew butter

If
it is a smooth, rich cream cheese-like effect you’re after, be sure to give
cashew butter a shot.
Compared to other nut butters, cashew butter is relatively low in fat and even the fat that it does
contain is of the monounsaturated kind, the one that’s good for you! Cashews
can have a naturally sweet taste, but if you want to adapt your cashew butter to enhance a savoury
sandwich, simply spike it with olive oil, pepper and a good sprinkle of sea
salt.

 

Coconut butter

Coconut
has natural oils that are great for your health and coconut butter is just a thick spread
made out of grated coconut. You can make a simple sandwich with just honey and coconut
butter spread, or top
it with a berry preserve. We have to say, the latter is a firm breakfast
favourite!

 

Cookie butter

While
the other butters on this list have some health benefits to offer, a cookie butter is wholly indulgent.
It’s like your favourite chocolate and hazelnut spread, but tastes like cookies
instead! To make a scrumptious sandwich, top slices of bread with cookie butter
and sliced bananas. It’s filling, delicious and satisfies your sweet tooth too!

 

Seed butters

Apart
from nuts, seeds such as pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds are eaten in the
form of sandwich-friendly butters too! They add a nutty, earthy taste to your
sandwich and can be sweetened with honey or spiced up with pepper and chillies,
depending on what you’re in the mood for. While both sunflower seed butter and
pumpkin seed butter are low in fat and packed with nutrients, they offer a
delectable creamy texture, much like peanut butter.

For more information visit: https://www.wingreensfarms.com/subcat/peanut-butters

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