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Homemade Butter
600ml cream
Salt (optional)
1. Simply pour the cream into a bowl and whisk it with electric beaters until lumps of butter appear, and eventually form a big lump. This takes about five minutes on a medium speed.
2. Remove the butter and dunk it in a bowl of cold water, squeezing it gently.
3. Rinse butter under a cold tap and put in a bowl. Salt to taste.
The liquid left in the bowl after the butter has appeared is called buttermilk and makes scones very light and delicious if you use it instead of milk in your usual recipe.
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http://www.nzwomansweekly.co.nz/food/nanas-pantry/homemade-butter-recipes/

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