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Organic Natural Pure Ghee (Oil from Butter)
Organic Natural Pure Ghee (Oil from Butter)
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This pure version of ghee is prepared out of organic, homemade unsalted butter. It has high smoke point and perfect for frying. To make a homemade original pure ghee we need to use unsalted butter. If you would like to make it even healthier and organic, it is best to use the organic countryside made butter. You can use this ghee in cooking, baking & frying which is healthier than using other types of low smoke point oils since it has a higher levels of smoke point. I think it is vital to know about the oils and their smoke points for our cooking purposes and eventually our health. Each oil has a smoke point level which means at a specific temperature the oil starts burning and smoking. Smoke point of oils will affect the food we are cooking with; We must avoid cooking with such oil if it has reached to its smoke point and is smoking. The reason is if the oil reaches to it's smoke point, the fats present in the oil start breaking down and releasing free radicals. Free radicals are very harmful for the body and our health as they cause caner causing compounds if consumed. So using an oil with high smoke point level must be our priority when it comes to cooking and frying. Ghee, if it is prepared Purely, is one of those oils with high smoke point levels. You can make this wonderful oil by yourself without any additives in easy steps naturally and avoid buying the supermarkets' canned ghee which is very harmful for our health.
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Prep Time
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Cook Time
3 hrs
Prep Time
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Cook Time
3 hrs
Organic Natural Pure Ghee (Oil from Butter)
Organic Natural Pure Ghee (Oil from Butter)
Print Recipe
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This recipe has been added to your Meal Plan
This pure version of ghee is prepared out of organic, homemade unsalted butter. It has high smoke point and perfect for frying. To make a homemade original pure ghee we need to use unsalted butter. If you would like to make it even healthier and organic, it is best to use the organic countryside made butter. You can use this ghee in cooking, baking & frying which is healthier than using other types of low smoke point oils since it has a higher levels of smoke point. I think it is vital to know about the oils and their smoke points for our cooking purposes and eventually our health. Each oil has a smoke point level which means at a specific temperature the oil starts burning and smoking. Smoke point of oils will affect the food we are cooking with; We must avoid cooking with such oil if it has reached to its smoke point and is smoking. The reason is if the oil reaches to it's smoke point, the fats present in the oil start breaking down and releasing free radicals. Free radicals are very harmful for the body and our health as they cause caner causing compounds if consumed. So using an oil with high smoke point level must be our priority when it comes to cooking and frying. Ghee, if it is prepared Purely, is one of those oils with high smoke point levels. You can make this wonderful oil by yourself without any additives in easy steps naturally and avoid buying the supermarkets' canned ghee which is very harmful for our health.
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Prep Time
0 min
Cook Time
3 hrs
Prep Time
0 min
Cook Time
3 hrs
Ingredients
  • 2 kg Pure Unsalted organic Butter
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Instructions
  1. Set the stove to a low temperature and place a cooking pot over it; place all the unsalted butter you want to make ghee out of it into the pot and let it melt under the low temperature and make sure the pot is uncovered.
    Set the stove to a low temperature and place a cooking pot over it; place all the unsalted butter you want to make ghee out of it into the pot and let it melt under the low temperature and make sure the pot is uncovered.
  2. After the butter is melted, gradually you will see a layer of foam is forming on the top of the melted butter.
    After the butter is melted, gradually you will see a layer of foam is forming on the top of the melted butter.
  3. Start removing this layer from the butter and throw away. You do not need to mix the butter at this part and keep it uncover under the low heat.
    Start removing this layer from the butter and throw away. You do not need to mix the butter at this part and keep it uncover under the low heat.
  4. Again you will see the layer of foam is forming, keep removing the foam until there is no foam formed. You might need to do this several times.
    Again you will see the layer of foam is forming, keep removing the foam until there is no foam formed. You might need to do this several times.
  5. After removing the foam layers for several times, you will start to see the milk solids under at bottom of the pot and your pure ghee with brighter colour.
    After removing the foam layers for several times, you will start to see the milk solids under at bottom of the pot and your pure ghee with brighter colour.
  6. Once there won't be any foam formed and you notice the small bubbles keep forming in your ghee, it is time to remove the ghee from the stove.
    Once there won't be any foam formed and you notice the small bubbles keep forming in your ghee, it is time to remove the ghee from the stove.
  7. Pour the ghee inside a glass jar using the tea strainer in order to separate the left over tiny milk solids from the ghee.
    Pour the ghee inside a glass jar using the tea strainer in order to separate the left over tiny milk solids from the ghee.
  8. Let it cool down in the room temperature and then transfer it to the fridge.
    Let it cool down in the room temperature and then transfer it to the fridge.
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