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What to do with the Worcestershire butter

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Jeff's Recipe for Mesquite Smoked Prime Rib,he tell us how to make Worcestershire Butter. But he never says what to use it on. Is to go on the meat?

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Originally Posted by Tim335 View Post
 

Jeff's Recipe for Mesquite Smoked Prime Rib,he tell us how to make Worcestershire Butter. But he never says what to use it on. Is to go on the meat?


I haven't seen Jeff's recipe, but my short answer would be yes. A pat of butter is added at the time of service. It melts rapidly and adds a umami taste to the meat.

The use of Worcestershire sauce, the primary ingredient being anchovies in a fermented fish sauce form, is a common replacement for the anchovy filets that many restaurants and cooks use in preparing their "Special" compound butter placed on steaks, chops, roasts, fish, vegetables, etc. when served.

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Use it on anything that you would like. As said above it goes well on a steak.

Happy smoken.

David

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Great for nuts and chex mix.
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Thanks all!!!!

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