Bourbon Street Steak Compound Butter

Updated: Feb 17


1. 1 Stick of sweet, unsalted butter, softened slightly (1/2 Hour)

2. 3 TBS Spice Spice Baby’s Bourbon Street Steak Rub

3. 1 TSP Extra virgin olive oil


· Parchment Paper

· Stand or Hand Mixer


· Place all the ingredients in the bowl of the stand mixer

· On low speed, blend the ingredients thoroughly

· Place the butter in the center of a sheet of parchment paper

· Roll the butter and parchment paper like you are rolling a cigar

· Keep in the freezer until you are ready to use it


Compound butters are part of the smoke and mirrors associated with steakhouse steaks. They are the component of a steak that separates most home-cooked steaks from restaurant steaks. A compound butter is just butter that has flavoring added to it. You can use this basic recipe with any of our spices and get good results. The compound butter is the final topping for steaks and chops before they leave the steakhouse kitchen and end up at the table. The butter has generally melted by the time it hits the table-and during the melting process it distributes that compound flavor (along with a little more fat) to the top of the steak.

Here are some good directions for cooking a steak:

· Temper the steak (take the steak out of the refrigerator for at least 30