Uthukuli Cow Butter

Uthukuli Cow Butter

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Uthukuli Butter is sourced directly from directly from Uthukuli, a small village in Tamil Nadu. No added preservatives and an ideal condiment for various cooking needs.

Butter is a dairy product made from separating whole milk or cream into fat and buttermilk. The fat is compressed and chilled into blocks of butter. It can be used directly as a condiment or melted for frying or coating. Butter is also used in baking, such as in classic sponges and pastries, or for enriching sauces.  Butter can be converted into Ghee by heating the butter at constantly to certain time.

Butter can be bought salted or unsalted. Salt is used for preservation and flavour, but varies according to the breed of cow and its feed.

Butter is around 80 per cent fat and for this reason, many people prefer to use alternatives. Low-fat spreads are generally not suitable for baking so read packaging carefully.

Uthukuli - Butter - Ghee - Chennai
Uthukuli – Butter – Ghee – Chennai

Choose the best

Butter comes in many brands and packaging. Uthukuli butter is prized for its superior quality, but can be pricier than others. It’s best to buy the right type to suit your needs, most sweet and baking recipes call for unsalted butter, but salted butter is better for spreading onto toast and croissants.

Store it

Keep butter wrapped in its foil packaging or a butter dish in the fridge. Keep it away from pungent foods as it has a tendency to pick up the flavours.

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Uthukuli Butter is sourced directly from directly from Uthukuli, a small village in Tamil Nadu. No added preservatives and an ideal condiment for various cooking needs.

Butter is a dairy product made from separating whole milk or cream into fat and buttermilk. The fat is compressed and chilled into blocks of butter. It can be used directly as a condiment or melted for frying or coating. Butter is also used in baking, such as in classic sponges and pastries, or for enriching sauces.  Butter can be converted into Ghee by heating the butter at constantly to certain time.

Butter can be bought salted or unsalted. Salt is used for preservation and flavour, but varies according to the breed of cow and its feed.

Butter is around 80 per cent fat and for this reason, many people prefer to use alternatives. Low-fat spreads are generally not suitable for baking so read packaging carefully.

 

Choose the best

Butter comes in many brands and packaging. Uthukuli butter is prized for its superior quality, but can be pricier than others. It’s best to buy the right type to suit your needs, most sweet and baking recipes call for unsalted butter, but salted butter is better for spreading onto toast and croissants.

Store it

Keep butter wrapped in its foil packaging or a butter dish in the fridge. Keep it away from pungent foods as it has a tendency to pick up the flavours.