Making beurre noisette in the microwave

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There are a few things that we find really irresistible at Culy: bacon, pasta, salted caramel and… beurre noisette. Fortunately, making beurre noisette is not that difficult at all. But it becomes completely dead simple with the help of your microwave.

Making beurre noisette in the microwave

Anyone can make beurre noisette. You usually just have to keep your snoop focused on that pan (and so don’t let your phone distract you in the meantime). You let the butter heat until the proteins brown and the butter has an addictively delicious, nutty taste.

This is mainly a matter of stirring continuously and if the butter is just not yet the right color brown, pour the butter into a bowl at lightning speed. So be careful. But it doesn’t have to be such a cramped event at all. Let your microwave do the job!

gnocchi with patina and beurre noisette

How does it work?

Place the butter in a microwave-safe bowl. Place a sheet of baking paper on top and finally a microwave-safe plate. The board works like a lid.

Microwave on full power and let the butter transform into brown butter in 5 to 7 minutes. Check every minute whether the butter has the right color and smell.

After that you can of course make all kinds of goodies with it. From homemade tortellini to quick gnocchi and from scallops to butter cake with beurre noisette frosting . Ooh la la…

More recipes with beurre noisette:

  • Rye wing with beurre-noisette-caper sauce from De Sausages van Babel
  • whole roasted romanesco with beurre noisette and pistachio
  • Salted caramel chocolate chip cookies with beurre noisette
Beurre noisette cake

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