Chef'n® Butter Maker
Seeing is believing, but when we saw this nifty Butter Maker in action, we still couldn’t get over how easy it was. Pour in some double cream, leave for 6-8 hours, shake for a couple of minutes and rinse with water... then be very impressed when your butter is left in the plastic ramekin at the bottom! Incredibly simple, it’s perfect to create flavoured butters for fish, breads and more; 2 recipes are included to get you started, but you’ll have loads of fun experimenting with garlic and herbs, lemon, chilli or even anchovies. Plastic and silicone.
Cat Ref: SKU 18536
14cm (5½") H.
- Dishwasher safe
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Chef'n® Butter Maker Customer Reviews
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Excellent!” by S
I love this product. I was amazed how easy it was, and unlike the other reviews, I do find 3 mins, or 3 and a half to be just perfect. Living on my own, I do not use a lot of anything, so I can now just make a fresh batch of butter as and when I need it. Very pleased with this product.
marvellouus!” by Cheryl Deane
I love my butter maker! I've had it one week and have made three batches out of 600ml of double cream. I always hated shop bought unsalted butter but now I understand just how wonderful fresh uber creamy butter can be. I use it in cooking (does not burn like shop bought) I use it for spreading (a couple of crack of sea salt for me!) and just love it. It does take longer than 3 minutes to shake it into butter (unless it's just me and I don't think so, I'm a bit of a pocket dynamo, Or maybe I haven't let the cream warm up long enough) but even if its 6 mins of hard shaking its sooo worth it.
It's alright” by S
This is easy to use, but one does need to use a lot of elbow grease (way more than 3 mins) to get the cream to seperate. I made one batch and yes the butter is lovely. However, it was just as quick for me to get the electric whisk out and do the same job in half of the time. But, don't get dissuaded, for little batches is well worth the arm muscles.