1. Melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat. Do not allow the butter to brown. Add the simple syrup and stir to combine. 00:10
2. Add the honey after the butter has melted completely. Stir to combine. 01:10
3. Transfer the mixture to an airtight container. Allow it to cool completely. 01:55
4. Before using the honey glaze, mix well with a whisk to reincorporate the fat into the syrup. 02:18
What You'll Need
- Airtight container
- Small mixing bowl
- Digital kitchen scale
- Butter (1/3 cup)
- Simple syrup (1/3 cup)
- Honey (1 cup)
Chef Taylor uses metric weight measurements for his ingredients. Use a digital kitchen scale to weight out the exact amounts of each ingredient, or follow his 1:1:3 ratio to determine the approximate amount of each ingredient.
Simple syrup is made by combining water and sugar to create a liquid sweetener that is used in many cocktails. It is typically made using a 1:1 ratio of sugar to water. To learn more about making simple syrup, visit Julian Cox’s “How to Make Simple Syrup” tutorial located at the bottom of the page.
Chef Taylor suggests using sherry vinegar in place of simple syrup for a more savory application.