Holiday Entertaining: Bourbon-Pecan Honey Butter Mash

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Bourbon-Pecan Honey Butter Mash

Flavored butters are an ideal way to highlight offerings from the bread basket. Bourbon-Pecan Honey Butter Mash is a delightful blend that pairs well on breakfast specialties such as waffles, pancakes, Buttermilk Biscuits or classic main meal favorites including Cloverleaf Rolls & Brioche Rolls. The good news is that it can be prepared quickly & made up to severals days ahead of time. Look for my pointers & make a batch to serve with holiday meals.

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makes about 1 cup

The intense butter is filled with good taste. Expect a more homogenous mixture straight from the refrigerator. As the mixture stands at room temperature, stir the butter occasionally for a more consistent texture.

1/2 cup softened butter
1/3 cup chopped, toasted pecans
2 Tbsp honey, divided
1 Tbsp bourbon

Combine the butter, the pecans, 1 tablespoon honey & the bourbon in a small bowl. Transfer to a serving bowl & drizzle with the remaining 1 tablespoon honey. Spread the butter between the split biscuits. Make up to 2 days ahead, if desired. Let stand 30 minutes for a more soft, spreadable butter.

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How To Toast Pecans

Toasting pecans ahead adds an extra layer of depth to recipes.
Any time it’s included in the process, do not over look this key step.

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Arrange 1 cup pecan halves on an ungreased baking sheet.
Bake at 350 degrees for 6 to 8 minutes or until fragrant.
Cool completely. Use as directed in recipe preparation.

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