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- 3 tazas (720 ml) de crema espesa
- ½ cucharadita de sal (opcional)
- Coloque la crema en el vaso de la Vitamix y cierre bien la tapa.
- Seleccione la velocidad 1.
- Encienda la licuadora e incremente poco a poco la velocidad hasta 10 y luego, hasta nivel Alto.
- Licúe hasta que la mezcla esté espesa; en ese momento, escuchará un cambio en el sonido de la licuadora.
- Detenga la licuadora y baje la mezcla que quede en las paredes del vaso con una espátula para que los ingredientes se vayan al centro del vaso.
- Reinicie con la velocidad 5.
- Licúe durante 5 segundos, apague y baje la mezcla de los paredes de nuevo.
- Repita varias veces este proceso hasta que la mezcla empiece a fluir mejor y aparezca el líquido.
- Licúe durante unos segundos más hasta que la mantequilla sólida se asiente en el centro del vaso sobre las cuchillas.
- Escurra la mantequilla en un colador fino. Retire con una espátula todo el líquido posible.
- Pase la mantequilla a un tazón y agregue sal al gusto.
- Guarde en un recipiente hermético.
|Tamaño de la porción||1 cucharada|
|Cantidad por porción|
|Grasas saturadas||7 g|
|Fibra dietética||0 g|
Butter is rated out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Heide from Awesome! It took me a few tries...I killed the first batch completely :( Second batch was good, just perfecting timing from there. I think the trick is really listening for the change in the sound of the blades. You're better off stopping too soon than too late. The motor is so strong you gan go right past butter to liquid again before you realize it. I ultimately decided on 10 sets of the 5 seconds on 5 for the best results. You get a fair amount of buttermilk leftover so plan on some buttermilk biscuits or pancakes to go with that fresh butter. Delicious!!
Date published: 2016-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Susan C from Delicious Taste is awesome and definitely worth the little time and effort to make homemade butter As other reviewers I too used the tamper while the machine was running on Variable #5. I used a wooden spoon (the butter will not stick to it) to scoop out into the strainer. I added a few ice cubes as well so the butter was firm. I rinsed the butter a few times to make sure no butter milk was left so it would last a little longer. Lastly I froze the buttermilk in an ice cube tray and later saved in vacuum sealed bags for future use.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by ccrollins from Love how quick this is... Okay it took me a couple tries to master it, but now I love it. You can add honey or garlic... Really whatever you want to make specialty butters. Follow the directions exactly. The five second spurts needed about 10 to 15 repeats. I ended up leaving the lid off the Vitamix at that point and scraping the sides with a rubber spatula during this phase while the blender was running. Be careful to only touch the sides or say goodbye to your spatula and that batch of butter. Haha.
Date published: 2015-12-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by Pathfinder from First try - totally failed I read the other reviews, and I am not giving up. Mine turned to whipped cream and did not turn to butter. It was getting warm so I felt it wasn't going to turn to butter. Had to throw out that batch because I was going to use the tamper to push the cream to the blade and had the lid off. Ouch - blade caught tamper. Lesson learned. Also, another website using the Vitamix to make butter suggests that if you are using raw milk, leave the cream in the refrigerator for a couple of days before trying to make butter. Then bring it to room temperature (leaving on counter for 2-3 hours) before attempting to make butter. So I will try again until I get it right!
Date published: 2018-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by melissa12 from Works perfectly I agree with the earlier reviewer... I ultimately ended up leaving my machine on and just used the tamper that came with our Vitamix. Left it on variable 5 and stopped it every few seconds to pour off the buttermilk. I didn't need to do anything by hand except scoop it out and put into my butter keeper. This was my first experience making butter other than 35 years ago when my grandma showed me the old churn method. What a nice advancement this is!
Date published: 2016-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Paulguad from Wash butter, save buttermilk I find it best to drain the butter, save the buttermilk which is fabulous, and wash the butter with ice water, perhaps twice. Makes a cleaner taste and helps to solidify the mass. The Vitamix is miraculous compared to my famous stand mixer.
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kerita from Be patient Made this and it turned out perfect. Just when I thought it was a fail it turned into butter. Yummy!
Date published: 2016-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deb F from I'm finally making butter The directions as written didn't work for me - just made hot cream. There may be more than one way to do this, but this works for me. I let cream warm to room temperature, start vitamix at 1 and increase to 5 - 6. Within 1 to 2 minutes, I can see solids spinning around and the sound definitely changes. When it's stopped, butter is floating on top. I strain butter in strainer and save buttermilk for cooking. I then return butter to vitamix and cover with cold water, blend a little, and pour out water to rinse butter. I repeat this until cold water is just about clear. Then I put butter in bowl, salt and stir. More water is released after salting, so I keep working it with spatula to get the water out.
Date published: 2019-11-10