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Garlic butter

Kronfleisch (skirt steak), a traditional Bavarian dish often served with onion rings, rye bread, composed butter (with herbs and garlic) and horseradish
Vegan garlic butter

Garlic butter, also known as beurre à la bourguignonne, is a compound butter whose primary use is as a flavouring for Escargots à la bourguignonne.[1] It is also spread on bread or used in shrimp scampi. It is composed of butter and garlic pounded into a paste. These ingredients are well blended and chilled before use.

Dipping Sauce

In the United States, garlic butter in small cups are sometimes served with seafood (such as lobster), pizza, or breadsticks as a dip. To prolong shelf life, the dip may use clarified butter or flavored oils rather than real butter.

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References

  1. ^ Larousse Gastronomique (1961), Crown Publishers
    (Translated from the French, Librairie Larousse, Paris (1938))
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