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  1. Paderno World Cuisine Fresh Butter Maker
    Paderno World Cuisine Fresh Butter Maker
    Paderno World Cuisine Fresh Butter Maker
    Paderno World Cuisine Fresh Butter Maker
    Paderno World Cuisine Fresh Butter Maker
    Paderno World Cuisine Fresh Butter Maker
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  2. Paderno World Cuisine Fresh Butter Maker

    Delivery: 10-20 Working Days
    Customer Ratings (37 reviews)
    Price R2595.00

Product Description

  • It is used to create fresh, home-made butter
  • Cream is poured into the jar and rotated with the hand crank until it stiffens
  • Then the whey is discarded, the butter is rinsed with cold water and kneaded
  • Please read product description for detailed instructions.
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Additional Information

Paderno World Cuisine Butter Maker

The Paderno World Cuisine fresh butter maker is designed to quickly create fresh, home-made butter which provides unparalleled flavor to complement any meal. The bottom jar is made of thick glass, while the gears and crank are constructed of high-quality steel. The turning mechanism is fit with a comfortable wood handle.

The fresh butter maker is easy enough for the whole family to use and is perfect for incorporating kids into the kitchen.

Simple to Use

Bring 17-27 ounces of cream to a temperature of 65 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature is vital in the butter making process. Cream that is too warm will not separate properly, and cream that is too cold will create whipped cream. It is recommended that you take the cream out of the refrigerator about two hours prior to churning.

Pour the cream into the glass jar and secure the lid and crank mechanism onto the jar. Turn the crank steadily to begin thickening the cream. After a few minutes, you will notice it becomes more difficult to turn the crank as quickly or smoothly. Allow your churning speed to slow as the solids separate. When it becomes difficult to turn the crank, stop rotating the handle and unscrew the top.

Pour out the solids and liquid into a fine mesh strainer and rinse under cold water. The whey (white liquid) will drain off and leave you with the solids you will knead into butter.

Place the solids on a dry board or silicone matt. If desired, season with a pinch of kosher or sea salt and minced fresh herbs. Gently knead the solids to remove excess moisture. Move the butter to dry surface areas as the liquids are released. You will notice the solids come together into a smooth and creamy butter. Shape and wrap the butter, then store in the refrigerator or freezer.

Additional tips:
  • Use a cream that contains at least 30% fat.
  • Churning process takes 3-8 minutes.
  • Butter can be easily seasoned to achieve sweet or savory flavor.

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Paderno World Cuisine
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

I like churning butter by hand. When the butter appears it's kind of like a miracle. I've been using "Lehman's Best" churn and this little honey is so far superior there is no comparison. The butter comes in a third the time and with a lot less effort. This is the one to get. You can get a pint and a half of cream into this one. The Lehman's churn holds a gallon but, really, who has a gallon of cream?
I've made butter before in the (big name mixer) with a balloon whisk - which made a mess of the walls. That was good butter, btw.

In my goal to get off the grid, I've started to find hand tools to do the things I rely upon the power company to provide the power for me to do it.

Churning my own butter, by hand, from a pint of full cream was quite satisfying and only took about half an hour. No preservatives, look up "butter bell".
Gears that are connected to the handle broke the first time we tried to make butter. Also, shavings from the gears end up inside the jar.
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