I don't eat a lot of bread, so butter/spreads don't figure all that high on my shopping list, so for that reason I decided to start with a butter substitute. The obvious is nut butter, and the obvious nut butter to start with is good old peanut butter.
So not wanting to pay too much for the ingredients because I am a
You can pay more of course if you've got more money than sense - but why ?
There's only one step and one ingredient (the peanuts), a stick blender with it's own small tub is ideal for this, because you want to do it in small quantities. Just pour the nuts into the tub, connect up and away you go.
Just keep whizzing, you'll come to a stage in a very short time when it looks like nothing is happening, you can stop and scrape the nut mix down if you like, but it will soon get going again when the oil starts to be extracted from the nuts.
In no time at all you will have this -
lovely crunchy peanut butter, of course if you want it more creamy just blend it more.
I keep mine in a small plastic box in the fridge.
Verdict: D - LISH - US !! this is a success, and only 17p I will try using other nuts now.