Ghee vs clarified butter: Are they the same or different?

by Pallavi Goswami content writer

Ghee is used in many traditional recipes for its intense buttery richness. It is cost-effective, shelf-stable, delicious, and highly nutritious making it a superfood. However, ghee vs clarified butter is exciting product comparison. You are wrong if you think ghee and clarified butter are the same product. Read the full article to know the facts. 

Clarified butter is normal butter that has been eliminated from milk protein casein, and milk sugar lactose. After boiling the butter, it is strained to remove the milk solids. On the other side, ghee making includes some of the basic methods for clarified butter, but it is cooked for a longer time, caramelizing the milk solids. It is brown in color and granular in texture due to the caramelization of the milk solids.

So this was the main difference between ghee and clarified butter. Both ghee clarified butter offer a high smoke point. It means it's suitable for frying, sauteing, baking, grilling, and any other high-temperature cooking. Use ghee to make your regular recipes more delicious and healthier. Ghee clarified butter should be a part of your healthy diet plan. You can choose any one of the two, but make sure you have them in the right way. 

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