Browned Butter Sauce & It's Many Uses

Spaghetti with browned butter sauce.
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Lesson 6 - Cooking Lessons for Real Housewives

When my children were babies I learned a lot about saving money. I quickly realized that I was spending a small fortune at the grocery store each week. I was not using what was in my pantry or saving as much as I could by being a more effective planner.

I learned to make the most of my budget by simply planning a better grocery list.

I would take a mental stock of what was already in my cabinets and plan meals around that. I would take into consideration how much each meal would cost to prepare. I found that I could make several meals that would feed a family of five for under 10 dollars.

Butter sauce is one of my favorite tricks to pull out of my sleeve to dress up vegetables, meats or make a whole meal. Browned butter sauce is delicious and you can make a meal that will serve five or six people for just a few dollars. This way you can afford those mortgages housewives!

Butter is something I always have stocked in the refrigerator. I keep both salted and unsalted butter at all times. Salt is used in butter as a preservative. There are certain rules about cooking with butter though. It burns. It has a low smoke point - the lowest of all fats to cook with. When the temperature of the butter reaches about 265* it will begin to smoke. Butter is not a good fat to use for anything you want to put over high heat for a long time. This is why olive oil or margarine may be called for specifically.

Butter and margarine are not always interchangeable. They may greatly affect how well a cake tastes or not. It may affect the chemistry of the recipe so always use what the recipe asks for unless it tells you it is okay to substitute. If you are in a pinch and want to experiment - it might taste better either way or make no difference. It is sometimes just a matter of individual taste.

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Browned Butter Sauce

I prefer to use unsalted butter but some cooks don't. Simply slice a stick of butter, drop it in the pan and do not leave! It doesn't take long to cook - or burn so this is something to stick around for. Let it melt completely and then it will begin to foam.

At this point you can add whatever flavor you would like to add. Garlic, sage, rosemary, thyme, lemon thyme, parsley, tarragon, red pepper flakes, cinnamon - you name it.

Once the butter begins to turn a darker yellow with light flecks of brown - it's done. Some people describe the flavor as a "nutty" taste. It does taste quite different than melted butter and it can be used to flavor just about anything.

The pan is hot so if you do not remove the butter immediately it will continue to cook and burn. Pour it on top your vegetable, noodles, meat or store it in Tupperware in the fridge for later.

Browned butter is delicious. It is great over roasted potatoes and carrots. It also tastes great on steamed vegetable medleys like broccoli, carrots and cauliflower. I love butter sauce on Asparagus. There are vegetables my children refuse to eat unless they are disguised in some flavored sauce.

If you don't have a lot of time to cook you can boil some spaghetti noodles (al dente) toss some browned butter and fresh grated Myzithra cheese on top and stir. Voila - now you have Spaghetti Factory "Browned Butter & Myzithra Cheese" in 15 minutes or less.

Spaghetti with Browned Butter & Myzithra Cheese

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Butter Vs. Margarine

There are many fallacies floating around on the wild, wild web about butter and margarine. Butter is made from milk and salt. It is turned into cream, add a little yellow food coloring and Bam! Butter. Margarine has been around since about 1869.

Margarine and Butter contain the same caloric value. A tablespoon of each is equivalent to 100 calories. Fat is higher in butter and it depends upon which label - I have found radical differences in sources but believe it is due to the different brands.

Margarine is not natural like butter and while there are many myths I do not believe, I always stick with natural ingredients if possible. I use very little margarine or butter spreads. I use butter and olive oil almost exclusively. I am just as careful to budget our fat intake while I make my weekly list as well. I won't substitute flavor for calories, I'd rather balance the total intake and go for moderation.

Whipped Butter Tips & Tricks

If you want to decrease the calorie count of butter by 50% - whip it. This makes butter, light, fluffy and easy to spread. You can toss your butter in the mixer - but use a paddle, not a whisk. Start out on a lower speed until it is creamed and then turn it up to high and whip it for about 20 minutes. After the butter is creamier you can toss in any herb or spice you like or leave it plain.

Plain whipped butter is wonderful for pancake toppings, waffles, french toast or to make a quick grilled sandwich.

Save the butter in a container and you will have a great spread for breads, a topping for vegetables, fish, or noodles.

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This is the ticket!

NOTE to Real Housewives: You have done an excellent job if you have come this far! Now don't you feel better knowing that you can create your own meal ticket? When the looks are gone and you can't fit one more ounce of botox in those smiley faces you will still be able to feed yourself. You will have a skill and the days of getting all frustrated over how to wash a chicken or make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich will be behind you!

Whip it - into shape ladies!

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Just Ask Susan 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

LOL I must say this was an entertaining but yet informative and useful cooking lesson. Thank you so much RH :)


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Victoria Lynn 4 years ago from Arkansas, USA

I love this! what a great idea to dress up a dish! I prefer unsalted butter, too. Most foods are made with too much salt, anyway; I find that unsalted butter is just fine.

Thanks for this. Definitely bookmarking. Gave you all the votes!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Susan! You know I gotta have my fun! lol But I do at least try to toss in a few useful tidbits that even seasoned cooks can use:)

I learned my whipped butter trick from Dave! He used to manage a restaurant many years ago and he cooked. I learned some useful stuff from him as far as time saving tips or making stuff for larger groups. Funnier though - is he always TELLS me how to do stuff and I have never actually seen him cook 1 dinner! In 20 years! I asked him the other day and he doesn't remember ever cooking one dinner for me either! LOL He makes a mean breakfast though so it's all good:)


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Vicki - thank you! I almost always use unsalted butter as well. Oh everyone SHOULD use unsalted butter when making cakes because it changes the chemistry of the flour! Forgot to add that...thanks for reminding me:) I agree - too much salt in everything and I never add salt (unless I have to) while cooking. I let everyone add their own at the table.

Thanks so much!


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Glimmer Twin Fan 4 years ago

This will probably be dinner tonight since I have been writing all day and did not look at the clock! It looks delicious. Awesome hub! Thanks! I'm really enjoying all of your recipes.


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ChristyWrites 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

Thanks for the tip about the sauce. I will have to try it with my spaghetti noodles - sounds tasty and a quick eat too!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi Glimmer Twin Fan and thank you so much! Ha! Looks like we had the same problem - I made this last night! haha But heck it is quick, cheap, easy and everyone loves it! 3 ingredients - 15 minutes! I add some kind of bread and salad and wham - dinner complete.

I love to cook but I do not love it when I can't relax and take my time. This is one of those no fuss meals that will save ya when you just don't feel like it or haven't been grocery shopping in a while. I at least always have stock of noodles and butter:) LOL


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Christy - thank you! This one for sure is a winner. I do not know a soul who doesn't like buttered noodles with a pinch of their favorite herb or spice. I don't even think my family realizes how easy this is to fix - they just know they are getting restaurant quality food fast!


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fpherj48 4 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Looks yummy!!

But I'm crashing the party! I really busted in here to say "CONGRATULATIONS KELLY!!!" YOU DESERVE THE AWARD AS MOST CHEERFUL!!!! CELEBRATE AND HAVE A BALL!!!

Cheers!!! Effer


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Ruchira 4 years ago from United States

I agree with the other's..loved this marvelous idea but gotta subtract the calories from my vision...lol

many votes indeed and sharing it across!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Paula! I am really surprised...I did not think I would be mentioned this year so it's kind of a humbling experience:) Thank you so much - I really appreciate that and you for sure gave me a huge smile again today!! Leave it to you! ha!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Ruchira - yeah I used 8 tablespoons of butter for my sauce. But heck I will just cook low fat stuff for the other days ...balance it a bit...! And I do always try to remember it seems super fatty sounding at first but when you consider that you are only eating a portion of the entire thing - it isn't bad at all! Actually the blue plate in the photo was my serving size for dinner. I bet that meal was pared down to about 500 calories total! Not so bad when you think of it that way huh? lol

Thanks so much and I appreciate the votes and shares!


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia

I love your tips to make browned butter sauce. I am Indonesian. So, I never heard about it. I'll try to make it soon and share with my mom. Thank you very much for writing. Voted up and useful. Cheers, Prasetio


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Dr Pooja 4 years ago

High in Calories but interesting.Am sure additional of brown butter imparts a yum taste and kids would love it.


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Julie DeNeen 4 years ago from Clinton CT

This brown butter sauce looks so good. Thank you for sharing! :) I am also a fellow butterer! NO margarine for me! Great job!! Wow, a lot of exclamations mark in this comment. LOL


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Austinstar 4 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

Well, you can't go wrong with butter! It's my favorite dairy product since I don't drink milk or eat cheese very much at all. I can stand vegetables if they have enough butter though!


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Butter is better and seldom bitter. Good in batter, too. Thanks, Kelly, for these useful tips. I just threw out my margarine. It's strictly butter for me from now on. Trust me.


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Mhatter99 4 years ago from San Francisco

Yes, yes, yes! though the possibilities are endless, it all starts with this. thanks


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Prasetio! Thank you - and yeah it is a really easy trick for a sauce that can compliment many things! You make that for your mom and throw in her favorite spice and I bet you get many smiles:)


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi Dr. Pooja - yeah it's sad isn't it! All the stuff that tastes so delicious and yet it can be so bad for us:( I just try to portion it out and space it out! lol I make this or something like it about once a week. The sauce is like crack for me - so well there ya go - better for ya than crack!!! LOL


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Julie - thank you. It is a very tasty dish and easy on the mom factor:) lol I feel like if I stay away from all the junk and processed and fast foods - I can splurge a little on the natural junk even though it isn't good for you!! There a few more exclamation points - too bad google doesn't give us extra for those! lol


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tammyswallow 4 years ago from North Carolina

That looks fabulous! That would be great for my stepdaughter. She won't touch tomato sauce. I am a pasta junkie! Excellent!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

I love butter it is a weakness. I get worried if I am almost out - like "oh no! I better get some butter!" lol I love it though and use it daily and I know it isn't good for me. Dang it. And I don't even know if I don't put a little butter in almost everything. Sheesh! But yeah I don't eat lots of junk food or anything though. So I feel it's a trade!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Drbj - Yeah I am not a fan of the Blue Bonnet or the "Shedspreads" or that junk. I have to use it sometimes but last time I bought it for a recipe the rest went bad and I threw it out. I wasn't sad I wasted it though! lol Thanks so much!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi Mhatter - it can only go up from here right? But - a solid foundation is all you need! LOL

Thank you!


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Anamika S 4 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

Spaghetti with browned butter sauce sounds wonderful! Never tried it before but would love to try it. Thanks for sharing the method of making Browned Butter Sauce. Hub voted up!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi Tammy! You always look so put together girl! LOL

My kids do love this stuff - and they are funny about pasta sauces. This one is pretty simple so not overpowering for a child's taste buds!

Thanks and me too - I love pasta and bread...oh I won't lie I love all the stuff that is bad for ya!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi Anamika - thank you! I never had browned butter sauce until I had dinner at the Spaghetti Factory and ordered that dish! I was in love and had to figure out how to make it myself....so I always check out the ingredients they offer on the menu and start from there. This one was so easy! LOL

Thank you!


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josh3418 4 years ago from Pennsylvania

Kelly,

Who knew someone could write such an informative hub on margarine? Awesome job Kelly! LOL :)


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TToombs08 4 years ago from Somewhere between Heaven and Hell without a road map.

I love this, Kelly! And SO easy! I prefer to only use unsalted butter so I can tell if it's turned. I also always keep a box or two in the freezer so I always have it on hand. I will have to try this with the angel hair pasta I have, for lunch tomorrow for the kiddo. I have some green onion I need to use up, so I'll probably toss that in for a little color! :) I wonder how this would go with asiago (my fav cheese). :)


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Gypsy48 4 years ago

Will have to try the browned buttersauce with spaghetti, sounsd so good. Thanks for sharing:) voted up


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Cogerson 4 years ago from Virginia

First of all.....congrats on your much deserved 2012 Hubbie Award. I am very glad that you won that award...as it is a category that I voted for you on.

Secondly...I enjoyed reading your latest cooking hub....and I am sure I can use many of the suggestions. Keep up the good work....and keep on smiling.


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Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

This was a great cooking lesson and in all my years of cooking I never made brown butter. The humor made the cooking lesson fun, Up, awesome and funny.


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lauramaryscott 4 years ago from Boise, Idaho

RealHousewife, your Browned Butter Sauce with Myzithra Cheese sounds great. It also appears to have been a hit with many hubbers. What is Myzithra cheese? I have never heard of it before. As for butter, we had a Jersey cow and homemade butter and fresh cream which helped make delicious meals. I used to make caramel candies with real cream at Christmas time but quit after we sold the cow and moved. I also used to make cream cheese pie from scratch but I stopped because without the fresh ingredients, it just wasn't the same. Have you ever ground wheat into flour, made homemade spaghetti, cooked the spaghetti with butter and seasoning. The spaghetti has an oatmeal color. At first my oldest daughter turned up her nose, I think, because of the color but after tasting it she said, "This is the real thing." Thank you for sharing your recipes with us.


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Josh - thanks! Yeah I really had to do some research on this. So much BS out there on the web about butter and margerine and lots of it is just wrong! Very wrong! There is one thread going around that margerine was invented to fatten turkeys for market and the first turkeys that were experimented with all DIED so they feed it to us instead. WHATEVER!!! OMG - I was like people PLEASE this is insane you can't believe that! lol

Also lots of people want to say "butter has X amount more fat per tablespoon than butter"...well it would be nice if they told us what brand...there are differences of fat grams in butter depending on the maker too so you can not write those kind of general statements and not confuse people. I looked at my own butter and some spread I had and couldn't believe they were so wrong! LOL LOL


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Terrye - I love green onion! That adds so much flavor and I grow it - and sprinkle it on so many things. My husband likes me to cut the green ends off and he likes to just munch on the white scallion while he eats dinner:) lol I like it because it's got a nice punch but doesn't ever overpower any other flavor!

I start freaking out if I run out of butter:) It's a staple! I can whip just about anything up with something in the pantry but if no butter or milk that cuts my creative choices in half. As long as I have that though you know, there's always something you can jazz up for a meal - rice, potatoes or noodles! lol

Thank you so much!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Thank you so much Gypsy48 - I am positive you can't go wrong with this - and it looks like you put time into the recipe when it's just a cinch!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Cogerson man!! Congrats to you too! I was SO excited to see your big wins this year too! I voted for you also! hahahaha So funny - we have such a great community - and it is honestly why I am so damn cheerful! LOL LOL

I really have a fantastic time on HP - I try to make the most of this free opportunity, making friends with people I have so much in common with. It's just an ongoing awesome experience for me - looks like you too buddy! Thanks so much for always being a friend and supporter!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi Pamela99 - thank you! I never had browned butter sauce until I ate at the Spaghetti Factory - I also worked for a summer at the one downtown St. Louis (oh you know I was trying to get all the recipes!) lol They wouldn't let me past the grill! haha


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi lauramaryscott - what? Have I ground my own wheat? ummm NO! LOL Now you SHOULD write a hub about that! I have never even heard of the possibility! Never! I would not know where to get just wheat? Where would one go purchase that? I am so curious now!

Oh man I wish I could have sampled those carmels - think it's time to get another cow maybe???


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lauramaryscott 4 years ago from Boise, Idaho

Well, I attended a graduation party in Emmett, Idaho, a while back and learned they had a neighbor with a milk cow. Sooo, I plan to look for my old recipes. As for purchasing wheat, it is available at CostCo. Hard red wheat has a strong taste and some people dislike it; it will sprout. Soft white wheat is for making noodles - not good for bread making. There is a Hard winter wheat available now. It does not sprout but makes good bread. Grind your wheat with a wheat grinder just before you want to use it. I do not know if a Ninja will chop up wheat or not. I do just about everything with my Ninja these days. I'll try it and let you know. Your wheat will still be quite warm which helps the yeast rise in your loaf of bread. Since the kids are grown, I don't do much cooking any more. A bunch of us have potlucks on Mondays so I am starting to get back into the swing of things for that.


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

That is so cool! Wow! You know you have something there! I think you should write about the experience of owning a cow - how to milk a cow, how to make cream...how different does that look and taste? That is cool stuff woman! And you know all that about wheat and...yeah you really should write entire hubs about those things! They would be extremely popular and I'd love to link them into some of my cooking hubs!

Let me know if you do!

Oh Myzithra is a Greek cheese - it's been said that Julius Ceaser loved it and Homer supposedly ate it while he wrote the Iliad maybe? I just remembered that! lol

Thanks so much!


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lauramaryscott 4 years ago from Boise, Idaho

Thanks, RealHousewife, I just published, How to Make Spaghetti Noodles from Scratch, Whole Wheat Spaghetti Noodles. Thanks for the suggestions. I'm working on it.


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GoForTheJuggler 4 years ago from Texas

Great hub - I love pasta but I'm not always in the mood for red sauce, so I will definitely be doing this! Voted up and across!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Awesome lauramaryscott - I am gonna go have a look!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey GoForTheJuggler - thank you! I do not care for very many red sauces - I just get tired of them. I tend to like plainer things with less ingrediants...more flavor. So often people want to add oh so much spice and herbs but then it's overboard! I like to just use a few good flavors and let them carry the meal.

Thanks for the votes too!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

ha! hi Hezekiah - Now I am thinking YOU are the lucky one! I love Japanese food and in fact - I have a dinner this weekend at a fabulous restaurant called "Oishi" and I am so excited! I have been practicing making Sushi and I am getting pretty good at it, I must say:) I love Hibachi rice too - mmm! But - yeah I like to branch out a little and try all kinds of stuff.

My kids who are 11 & 12 - their current fav food is Calamari! hahaha That makes me laugh - I can't believe they would even try it more less request it over and over! haha you never know do you?

Thanks so much again:)


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cclitgirl 4 years ago from Western NC

MMMM, I LOVE butter. Butter and I get along like peas and carrots. :D Yummy! I also love the budgeting tips you included here. Great idea! Thanks for sharing your secrets, RHW. Keepin' it real. ;)


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Cyndi - thank you so very much!

I am a huge butter fan...I think I might cry if I couldn't use it for any reason! lol I know the flavor difference so I don't think I could find a substitute that was equal to it.


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ThoughtSandwiches 4 years ago from Reno, Nevada

Kelly,

Well butter my biscuits and call me slappy. As it happens...I have been doing the butter over noodles thing for about a month now and I have been pretty happy with the results but yours looks better (big surprise)...I will just get the noodles all noodled and then chuck a half a stick of butter in and keep stirring until the cube disappears. I like how you add seasoning and flavors and such. As always my friend...I will keep you informed of my progress!

Thomas

(aka Slappy)


danielabram 4 years ago

This sounds delicious. Never knew about browned butter sauce.


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Thomas - see how easy that is? Just toss in one more thing and you got a whole new flava:) LOL. Throw in some color - then you'll look like you really worked hard! A pinch of parsley never hurts anything!

I'm so proud of your progress and I bet your roomies are as well - or do you share?


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hey Danielbram - now this is a great guy dish...and if you make this for anymore - it really tastes like you've been cooking for years:) lol. Thanks so much!


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Dolores Monet 4 years ago from East Coast, United States

Someone up there mentioned that this would be high in calories. I don't pay much attention to calories, having no problem with my weight. The key is to eat in moderation. Julia Child used butter and cream, stayed in great shape and lived into her 90's. A little really good food is so much better than a lot of crappy food!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

I so agree with you Dolores - I do not worry at all about the total caloric value because I know I am not actually going to sit down and eat everything I prepared! lol To really make things most delicious - you often need that fat or cream. I do try to not make fried food or really fatty stuff too often but you have to live a little! I enjoy cooking and one of the things I love most is the stuff that's never good for you!

I love Julia Childs - she didn't even begin cooking until after 30 and she was a hoot!

Thanks so much!


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Sharyn's Slant 4 years ago from Northeast Ohio USA

Oh man, the Real Housewives are gonna be experts. I am now craving the "white spaghetti" from a local restaurant here called Carrie Cerinos. Now I have never heard of Myzithra Cheese. I am wondering if this restaurant uses something like that because they will never give out their recipe, it's a big secret. But I bet it is something like yours here. I've got to try that. And I know you specifically are making "browned" butter, but did you ever hear that you can add a little oil (canola or vegetable) with your butter and it will keep it from burning. It does work. Damn I'm hungry now, thanks Kel!

Sharyn


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ptrg777 4 years ago from New York

Coming from the Italian side of things I always enjoy variations . This is interesting and will be giving it a try. This is kind of like Carbonara...you can't have it all the time but once in a while it just feels so good to dig in and forget the calories, fat, etc.


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Ummm no Sharyn - I didn't know you could add a litlte oil to keep butter from burining - awesome tip! I will have to put that in my lil secret black book of hot cooking tips:) lol

I wonder if you're right about CC's....I wouldn't have given out the secret either but I couldn't resist sharing a wonderful dish that realhousewives could make with four ingredients! It's a cinch but it tastes like a million bucks!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi ptrg777 - thank you! I bet you will love the simplicity and taste of this dish if you like Carbonara. I try not to think about calories too much - it gets in the way of the enjoyment of the food! lol I have always been into avoidance. I just try to limit the portion, seiously:)


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carol7777 4 years ago from Arizona

what is better than real butter? Ask the real housewife! This looks yummy and I am getting hungrier thinking about it.


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Hi Carol! Thank you - yes real butter flavor is so hard to beat!


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AudreyHowitt 4 years ago from California

I happen to love this sauce! So thank you for tips on how to prepare it!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO Author

Thank you Audrey! I do love this sauce as well, I may have to make this very soon! Thanks for the reminder too!

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