How do I make ghee?

by Milkio Foods Grass-Fed ghee from New Zealand

Making ghee at home is a time consuming process. How do I make ghee at home? It is a common query for many people. Ghee is a premium quality of dairy product that is made in a boiling process. If you want to make ghee, you will need a good quality unsalted butter. You can make butter from butterfat or buy it from the local market. Once you get it, you need to boil the butter in a slow cooking process until the butter is clarified. 


Once the butter is melted, the butter will get separated into three distinct layers. Foamy layer will be on the top, the milk solids will accumulate to the bottom of the pan, and (ghee) clarified butter will stay between these two layers.

What is the color of the ghee prepared?

If you make the ghee in a proper way, you will see the color of the ghee is golden yellow. This is the pure ghee that is free from milk protein like lactose and casein. Don't worry if the cor of the ghee turns brown as it is natural to die to caramelization. This is why the is also called brown butter.

Ghee nutrition 

Ghee contains several medicinal properties and is extremely beneficial for our health. Ghee is made of a full range of short, medium and long chain fatty acids, both unsaturated and saturated type. Ghee contains Omega 3 and Omega 9 essential fatty acids along with vitamins like A, D, E and K. Ghee produced from dairy butter of grass fed cows is counted as one of the chief natural sources of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid).

So, if you want to maintain a healthy lifestyle, include ghee into your daily lifestyle. The best way of having ghee is using it as a cooking oil. Say goodbye bye to the harmful refined oils, and replace them with ghee. You can buy ghee from a trusted brand but make sure it is made from 100% grass-fed cow milk. Try Milkio ghee to get best health benefits.

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