(as of Aug 05,2021 13:41:41 UTC – Details)
From the manufacturer
The Kilner business was first established by John Kilner in 1842 in England. Initially producing glass bottles and jars, it was towards the end of the 19th century when the original Kilner Jar was first invented.
The original jar is as much-loved and successful now as it was 175 years ago. Its long-lasting popularity is owed to its iconic design and distinctive pressure seal. Households all over the world trust it to successfully preserve and pickle their fruit and vegetables.
In the 1900s, Kilner presented its innovation as ‘the original and the best, all other brands are substitutes’. This claim remains relevant today and is a testament to its impressive heritage.
Pour 300 ml of room-temperature double or whipping cream into the Butter Churner and secure the lid.
Turn the handle and churn for approximately 10 minutes.
Watch as the cream thickens and turns into butter. Separate the butter from the butter milk. The left-over butter milk is perfect for making pancakes!
Place the butter into a bowl of ice- cold water and squeeze out any remaining butter milk using the Kilner Butter Paddles. Add seasoning or required flavourings.
Make fresh home-made butter in minutes
Just add whipping cream and turn the handle
Geared paddles do the hard work for you
Recipe booklet included
Height 27 cm Handwash Only