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Confused about adding dollup of paste and spooning some butter at end. Do you mix the paste with the butter and olive oil?

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The paste and butter are cooked together, but the paste should separate back out of the butter as it cooks, so you spoon on a bit of the paste and then some butter from the paste pan.


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