Ghee where does it come from? Ghee is a milk-made product, and it is called clarified butter too. Ghee originates from the Indian subcontinent. It is widely used in Indian, Pakistani, Nepali, Bangladeshi, and Sri Lankan cuisine as a cooking oil and flavoring agent.
The ghee-making method is all about slow boiling & simmering butter. During the cooking process, milk solids from the milk butter are separated and removed as ghee residue. The moisture content of milk butter also gets eliminated.
Finally, after the slow cooking of the butter is over, the butter gets refined, leaving behind a clear, golden liquid that is rich in flavor and has a higher smoke point than regular butter.
Ghee is also used in Ayurvedic medicine and religious rituals in the Indian subcontinent. The ghee used in Ayurveda is made in a traditional way, which is considered more beneficial than the ghee made with modern methods.