Ghee Making Process: All About Making Ghee from Milkby Mitun Mukherjee Milkio food product
Ghee or clarified butter is a great way to add flavor and nutrients to your favorite dishes. This clarified butter is different from the regular butter because it has a much thicker consistency that makes it very rich in nutrients. Ghee is made by processing raw butter using the melting and boiling processes - cold process, hot process, continuous flow process, and solvent extraction. You can easily make your own ghee at home with just a few simple steps.
The traditional ghee making process is called the ayurvedic process of making ghee from milk. In this process, milk is first heated on a medium high flame. After that the butter starts to get decorated into milk solids and pure golden fat. Now the mixture is allowed to cool and then it is strained through a cheesecloth. This golden liquid ghee is more concentrated and richer than the regular butter available on the market.
Ghee can be used in many Indian dishes, including curries, stir fries, stewed grains, as well as a great addition to desserts such as ice cream, cakes, custards, and cookies. Ghee makes an excellent addition to salads and marinades because it adds a nice flavor to the marinade. You can even use ghee in a simple barbecue sauce by adding a teaspoon of this golden liquid to your barbecue sauce and stirring well. Home ghee makes a great alternative to store bought ghee because it's readily available in any store online and offline.
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