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Le Prés Salés Dupe, sort of 😂 I saw someone share that it was the best butter in the world, I couldn’t find it so based on her description here is my dupe! Obviously I had to culture it cause it simple tastes better.

If you don’t want to go through making your own, soften unsalted butter and just do the layering process with the flaky salt!

If you enjoyed this recipe, check out my Homemade Butter Recipe!

Why You’ll Love Le Prés Salés Dupe

So salty and perfect. I am a true butter stan, and this one is EPIC. Butter is super easy to make from scratch and this one is absolutely delicious. I love butter because it’s so versatile, you can top it with pretty much anything your heart desires.

Substitutions

You can substitute the crème fraîche for plain yogurt.

Le Prés Salés Dupe

Le Prés Salés Dupe

By Nadia Aidi
Le Prés Salés Dupe, sort of 😂 I saw someone share that it was the best butter in the world, I couldn’t find it so based on her description here is my dupe! Obviously I had to culture it cause it simple tastes better.
If you don’t want to go through making your own, soften unsalted butter and just do the layering process with the flaky salt!

Ingredients 

  • 1 pint heavy cream, I used organic straus dairy
  • 1/3 cup crème fraîche
  • 1/4 tsp kosher salt
  • Flaky Sea Salt
  • Ciabatta

Directions 

  • Mix the cream, crème fraîche and 1/4 tsp kosher salt in a large mason jar. Cover with cheesecloth and let it sit at room temp (away from the sun) for 24-48 hrs to culture. It’ll get thick
  • Place it in your stand mixer and whip on medium high until it becomes whipped cream, and keep going until it separates
  • Scrape the sides regularly. It’ll be about 7-8 minutes
  • Strain the buttermilk (save that for pancakes or biscuits) you’ll whip again and strain one more time
  • Using a cheesecloth remove more of the buttermilk out. Rinse it under cold water and squeeze. You got butter!
  • On parchment paper you’ll add thin layers of butter, then you’ll add some flaky sea salt and repeat 4-5 times. Cover and store in the fridge

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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