Here's How to Make Jane and Jewel's Delightful Herb Butter

Experience life on the homestead in your own kitchen with Jane and Jewel Kilcher's herb butter recipe. This recipe takes homemade butter to a whole other level! Follow the step by step instructions below to enjoy some delicious herb butter.

Step 1: Milk a cow

Step 2: Let the milk sit until cream forms on top. Remove the cream for butter making. Save the remaining buttermilk to make cheese.

Step 3: Put the cream in a churn (or shake it in a jar) and churn/shake it for approximately 15-20 minutes until it turns into butter.

Step 4: Finely chop the following and add to the fresh butter:

(amounts “to taste”):

  • garlic
  • marjoram
  • basil
  • oregano
  • thyme

Step 5: Spread on bread or a cracker. Enjoy!

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