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Sun-dried Tomato Butter

Rated as 4.89 out of 5 Stars

"Use this flavorful butter in place of plain butter to make gravy, or place directly on top of cooked steaks."
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2 h 5 m servings 109
Original recipe yields 16 servings (1 cup)


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  1. In a mixing bowl, cream butter. Mix in parsley, garlic, and tomatoes. Chill for at least 2 hours.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 109 calories; 11.6 1.3 0.5 31 4 Full nutrition

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Yum! Perfect for toast. Make sure to chop the sun dried tomatoes finely. I had butter with sun dried tomatoes the first time instead of sdtomato butter. I also put basil in instead of parsley....

I used sun-dried tomato pesto in place of the tomatoes, brushed it on homemade bread, and broiled till bubbling & golden; served it with Quick Greek Pasta Salad with Steak--delicious----can't wa...

I buy a great garlic powder, in bulk, that is very fine and fresh at a favorite spot in Seattle, so I used that rather than fresh garlic to quickly distribute that flavor throughout the butter. ...

This is fabulous over fish or I use this as the flavor base for my beer butt chicken recipe. I used a mix of parsley and basil. Thanks for posting.

I used this as an alternative to normal garlic bread. One guest didn't like it but everyone else did. Yummo!

I was looking for something to top off my grilled chicken and came upon this. I did add some gorgonzola cheese and more garlic. One word, Awesome! I'm going to try it on some grilled thick cut p...

I made this butter and spread it on Italian bread and broiled it for 5 minutes. It was served with rigatoni and marinara sauce with meatballs and and true Italian salad and it was a big hit wit...

This was very good! I just used this on garlic bread and it was fabulous! Thanks!

Made this for the office Christmas party to spread on Italian Herb Bread. Everyone loved it, and some people even mixed it in with their mashed potatoes. I also used basil rather than parsley. ...