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Old 16.04.2015, 23:07
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What is "beurre à rôtir"?

In the list of ingredients for Röstis croustillants aux champignons I found "beurre à rôtir ou crème à rôtir". I am curious; what are these types of butter and creme? Idle curiosity; I plan to use normal butter tonight

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Old 16.04.2015, 23:10
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Re: What is "beurre à rôtir"?

clarified butter- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarified_butter
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Re: What is "beurre à rôtir"?

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In the list of ingredients for Röstis croustillants aux champignons I found "beurre à rôtir ou crème à rôtir". I am curious; what are these types of butter and creme? Idle curiosity; I plan to use normal butter tonight

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My humble apologies, I should have asked my friend , who would have led me to the answer: Beurre à rôtir

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no worries- i would have ignored this thread (no offense, of course) if i didn't do the same a few weeks ago!
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