Ghee - Clarified Butter, How to make it from Butter
Ghee Banane ka Tarika
Indian recipes often use ghee or clarified butter, instead of oil. It is basically butter where milk solids and water have been removed by cooking it. In Indian heat, it is impossible to keep butter for long and ghee can last indefinitely, without need for refrigeration. It also has a higher burning point than butter, where solids can burn quickly during cooking and spoil a dish. In most countries, you can buy it ready-made from Indian grocers. However, it is very easy and much cheaper to make at home. It can be stored for quite long periods. Quantity depends upon how often you use it. Try making a small amount first.
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