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Make Ghee at Home

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Ingredients

at least ½ lb Organic (Grass-Fed) Un-Salted Butter
Medium Pot
Glass Measuring Cup
Fine Mesh Strainer
Bowl, Spoon

Nutritional information

1600
Calories
192g
Total Fat
128g
Saturated Fat
480mg
Cholesterol
0g
Carbohydrate

Make Ghee at Home

Amazing and Simple Ghee Recipe

  • 45 minutes
  • Medium

Ingredients

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Ghee is a wonderful fat for cooking since it has a high smoke point.  To make at home you need to clarify butter (grass-fed butter is best). I cook the butter down to remove the milk solids and impurities. What remains is a pure and delicious butter oil. It has a beautiful golden color, it’s taste and flavor are slightly sweet and nutty.

Ghee is full of fat-soluble vitamins and healthy fatty acids. It is known for building stronger bones and support weight loss.

Here are some of the known benefits of ghee:

  • Free of Lactose and Casein – can be used by those who are sensitivities to either casein or lactose
  • High smoke point – this is the point where the oil starts to burn and release free radicals. The smoking point is 485f (250c).
  • Rich in fat-soluble vitamins A,D,E
  • Taste like butter but much better
  • Improve digestion
  • Support weight loss
  • Reduce inflammation

I found out that it’s easy to buy grass fed butter instead of making it in times when i can’t get grass-fed butter.

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Steps

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Heat your pot over medium-low heat. Add butter (whole or cubed) to your heated pot. Melt completely than reduce to a simmer. Cook for 10-15 minutes.

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Done

During this time, the butter will go through a few stages. First will foam, then bubble, and then it will foam again. When the butter foams for the second time, the ghee is done. At this point the butter should be bright gold in color and there should be reddish brown pieces of milk solids at the bottom of the pan.

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Done

When the top layer is foamy you can scrape this off

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Done

After your second foam, remove the pot and cool slightly for 2-3 minutes.

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Done

Then slowly pour through a wire mesh strainer. Pour into a seal able mason jar for storage, your ghee will solidify as it cools.
Ghee will last up to a month at room temperature or even longer in the fridge.

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