Looking for a butter replacement?
Here’s a combination of healthy oils and herb seasonings that makes a solid butter-type-spread.
It melts once it hits something warm. The coconut oil keeps the butter in a solid state (in the fridge) and the Flax oil gives it a rich golden appearance.
You can experiment with different herbs, spices and flavorings, too.
1 cup natural coconut oil
1/2 cup Flax oil
8 large garlic cloves
1 yellow onion
1/2 – 1 tsp. real salt
2 tsp. Italian Seasoning (of your choice)
1 tsp. fresh Rosemary minced
optional 2 tsp. minced sun-dried tomatoes
Dice the onion and garlic and put in a non stick pan with 3 Tbs coconut oil.
Heat and cook until onion is clear, stirring as you go.
If desired, slightly brown the onions and garlic for a more roasted flavor. Then add the rest of the coconut oil and let it melt until clear.
Stir to mix together. Do not cook. Take off burner.
At this point you may strain the mixture thru a strainer to take out the pieces of onion and garlic, or you can leave them in.
Add salt, spices and seasonings of choice and the Flax Oil.
Stir mix well, and pour into small tubs and place into the refrigerator to set up.
Use on all your veggie dishes as a butter garnish or spread.
Do not cook or fry with this butter and keep the mixture raw.
Add lemon juice to tang it up.
Add diced pecans or almonds to make a more nutty butter.
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