For the butter, mix together all the ingredients in a small bowl . Roll butter into a log using parchment paper. Refrigerate until needed.
Now this baby can be used for sandwiches, atop skillet breads or use your imagination. It is a butter packed with flavor, punched up with spices and is just delightful! I dont keep it for more than a week or so.
Hearty thanks to Alka at Sindi Rasoi for shooting the photograph for me! She is a delightful photographer and her information is here:
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