What ghee means? Ghee is cooked from milk butter, which is called clarified butter, for its pure texture. Ghee or clarified butter is generally used in India, Pakistan, and food platters of UAE cuisines. It is cooked by simmering butter using a slow-cooking process, which causes the water content to evaporate and the milk solids to separate from the fat.
The remaining golden liquid is strained to remove the solids, producing a rich, flavorful oil having a high smoke point.
Ghee is versatile; we can use it for various purposes, including frying, baking, and sautéing.