What is the maximum temperature you can cook a stick of butter at before it begins to burn?
I put butter in my glass fusing kiln and it burned at 4000 degrees.
Butter has a melting point of 82F to 96.8F. Anything above the 96.8 will let the butter burn.
Clarified butter is a purified, thicker form of butter that?s been melted and has had the water and milk solids separated from the clarified or clear part. Because the water has been extracted, clarified butter will not burn at high temperatures, and therefore is most commonly used as a fat for cooking, or as a base for sauces like Hollandaise and Béarnaise.