The recipe for strawberry butter served at Neiman Marcus is an easy, yummy spread for popovers (at Neiman Marcus) or biscuits (at my house:-).
I’ve not had the strawberry butter served at Neiman Marcus alongside their famous popovers and monkey bread, but I’ve made the recipe and enjoyed it on buttermilk biscuits. It is a unique and yummy spread that looks so pretty on a plate!
The recipes for both the strawberry butter and the popovers are found in Neiman Marcus Cookbook. The recipes in the book include all the dishes served at Neiman Marcus along with some history and interesting stories about the store and its founders.
I’ve never been to a Neiman Marcus restaurant but would love to if ever given the chance. A list of Neiman Marcus restaurants can be found here.
The recipe is only two ingredients~real butter and strawberry preserves~and is super easy. Whip the butter; stir in the preserves; refrigerate until serving. The mixture can be piped with a cake tip or pressed into small molds or ramkeins.
Preserves: The preface to the recipe states that Neiman Marcus uses “only the best strawberry preserves available.” My friend Teresa, who calls herself a “preserves snob,” insists that Bonne Maman is hands down the best brand of preserves sold in most stores. I agree, and that is what I use for this recipe.
Cook’s Note: The spread will last for two to three days, refrigerated in an airtight container. Bring spread to room temp before serving so that it will spread easily.
If you’ve ever enjoyed the “real thing” at a Neiman Marcus restaurant, I’d love to hear how you like it. If you have any fave dishes from there, let me know, and I’ll try to find a make the recipe.Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!
Recipe from Neiman Marcus Cookbook :Kevin Garvin.