Garlic Scape Butter

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My mom got summer veggies at Siena Farms in Sudbury and these green curly stems in particular caught my eye. I bit into one of them thinking it was a green bean, but denied! Instead, the flavor was garlicky and intense; in fact scapes are the curly stems that hard-necked garlic shoots up. Hence, I present you with a delicious compound butter. Butter tastes good on almost anything, but fresh garlicky scapes enhance the butter that you’ll want to put on everything!

Garlic Scape Butter

Two ingredients: Fresh Garlic Scapes, Butter

Garlic Scape Butter

Mix scapes well with softened butter. Put in bowl or roll into a log and refrigerate or freeze.

Garlic Scape Butter

Grilled Ny Strip served with Garlic Scape Butter

Garlic Scape Butter
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Recipe type: Butter
Cuisine: Dairy
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Serves: 8-10
 
My mom got summer veggies at Siena Farms in Sudbury and these green curly stems in particular caught my eye. Butter tastes good on anything, but fresh garlicky scapes enhance the butter that you'll want to put on everything!
Ingredients
  • 4 large garlic scapes
  • 2 sticks butter, salted or unsalted
Instructions
  1. Wash garlic scapes and remove any blemished bits.
  2. Finely chop with knife or in food processor.
  3. Heat butter in microwave to soften it (not melt) about 15 seconds.
  4. Mix scapes well with softened butter and roll into a log and refrigerate or freeze.

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