What Ghee is called in English? Ghee is called clarified butter in English. However, the word “ghee” is pronounced with a hard “g” sound, like the “g” in “good.” The word is pronounced, “geeh.” It is a type of clarified butter that is commonly used in cooking and traditional Ayurvedic medicine.
Ghee is made by simmering butter until the water and milk solids separate from the fat, leaving a golden-colored, clarified butter. Ghee has a high smoking point and a rich, nutty flavor. Ghee is often used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine and is believed to have various health benefits, including improving immunity, skin glow, eyesight and aiding digestion, etc.