How ghee is prepared? Ghee is traditionally prepared by heating butter until the milk solids separate from the butterfat. The butterfat is then skimmed off, and the remaining solids are discarded. The butterfat is then cooked over low heat for an extended period until the moisture evaporates and the milk solids turn golden brown. The resulting liquid is ghee, the pure butterfat, which is then strained and cooled.
Here is the process in more detail:
Now you know how ghee is prepared. However, it is a traditional method of making ghee in small volumes; presently, it is also made in a factory. However, the process remains mostly the same, with some variations depending on the recipe and the specific factory.