Amul butter the taste we need.
- Made from the finest cream/pure milk fat
- Natural and pure
- Spread on Bread, Parantha, Roti, Nans, Sandwitches
- Topping : Pav Bhaji, Dals, Soups, Salads, Rice
- Pure vegetarian
- This smooth creamy chunk from the house of Amul can be added to sauce, Indian gravy and baked products.
Biscuits, cakes, breads
In every 100 gm of Amul butter, there are few calories which help to boost the energy level.
Amul butter is an important source of sodium and protein. Younger children can consume Amul butter as it is a source of helpful fat and protein.
6 months when stored refrigerated at 4 degree celsius or below.
Amul is synonymous with Butter in India. It is made from the finest fresh cream and has a subtle lactic taste which is delicate and slightly salty. It is natural, pure and tastes best over toasts and sandwiches. The authentic smell and the original colour of it, compels us to drool. The invaluable and incredible product rules our heart since years and years. Amul Butter topical is recognized as one of the longest running advertisement campaign in the world.
How to Use
Butter is one ingredient that is absolutely mandatory in every kitchen. This cooking essential is a favourite among chefs for its smooth rich taste. No baking can be done without dollops of butter; cake, cookies and pastries need to have butter as one of the key ingredients. The waxy texture of butter also helps to make the upper layer of roasts and pies crispy and crunchy.
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