The texture of ghee can vary depending on how it is made and the ingredients’ quality. Ghee is a type of clarified butter that is commonly used in Indian cooking. It is made by simmering butter to remove the water content and separate the milk solids, leaving behind the pure butterfat.
Each brand of ghee may have its unique manufacturing process. The temperature, duration of simmering, and methods used to remove milk solids can all influence the final product’s texture. If Milkio ghee has a grainy texture, it may be due to their specific manufacturing process differences.
At Milkio, after making ghee, we allow the fresh produce to settle and cool down at room temperature naturally, and when it cools down, the ghee acquires a grainy texture naturally.
This lovely texture results from a planned manufacturing benefit and not a defect within the product.
The grainy texture dissolves almost instantly when users cook with clarified butter or apply it as a spread on warm food.