How to make ghee from butter is an intricate process of making a dairy special product.

It is tasty, offers long shelf life, beautifully smelled, and beneficial for health in manifold way. But the most surprising tweak about ghee making process is its delicacy.

Unless the method of ghee manufacturing is done with due diligence and detailing, the produced ghee may not get the desired quality.  The Finest quality of #ghee is produced when ghee making process will be traditional and the used raw material will be of the best category.

What is the best raw material for ghee?

Ghee is a healthy dairy item and it is a milk butter product. Fresh and grass fed cow milk is used for making this dairy delicacy. Grass fed cows are kept constantly on grass fodder and as a result, the milk extracted from these happy cows meet highest milk quality. If milk butter is made from this premium quality milk, it is highly anticipated that ghee quality will not be compromised.

Grass fed cow milk is the best material for making grass fed ghee butter and quality ghee is procured from this milk butter only.

How do you know if the ghee is done or not?

It is important to learn the symptoms when ghee making is over. When ghee making is complete usually you will get to see three points.

  • The foaming on the upper part of the butter will get somehow reduced.
  • The milk solids at the bottom of the pan will begin to turn brown.
  • If you push aside the upper foamy part, the middle layer is found enough clear for you to see. The middle layer consists pure ghee.

How to store ghee

Making the ghee is like winning half of the battle. Unless you can store this dairy staple properly ghee making process is not over. How to store ghee is completely related to ghee making. Once the product is cooked, you need to store the produce safely and neatly.

  • Store the ghee preferably in a glass jar if possible with dark glasses; it will obstruct UV ray to protect ghee’s original texture. Ghee is photo sensitive product and it often gets spoiled if you expose it to moisturizer or excessive heat outside.
  • Do not use a moist spoon to take out ghee. Moisture infestation can spoil ghee’s consistency.
  • Always keep the lid tightly closed to preserve its nutty aroma.

If you feel that ghee has gone somehow bad, mostly you may find visible signs of mold on its surface. If it somehow smells foul or palates rancid, you may somehow use it. However, you may keep the ghee in refrigerator for keeping it safe.

How much time it takes in making ghee?

It depends on the flame as well as on the quantity of the milk butter in the pan. Once the butter-broth, starts boiling, and a brown deposit gets accumulated at the bottom of the pan, the middle layer is formed and that is the clarified butter.  

If clarified butter is heated further, the golden yellow liquid gets caramelized and becomes slightly thicker in density. This is the ghee or brown butter. Once the #clarifiedbutter is formed, it takes 7-8 minutes to make ghee or brown butter. 

Is ghee healthier than butter?

Ghee is easier to digest than butter. It is milk-fat free hence does not pose the risk of food allergy for lactose intolerants. Ghee has slightly higher amount of saturated fats, hence works better as a filler food than butter.

Ghee is known for its higher smoke point than butter and that makes it a safer cooking oil for high temperature cooking.

How to make ghee from butter is thus not a mere production process it is a complete knowledge about ghee and its holistic features.

Want to add a premium quality organic ghee in your diet? Try Milkio traditional grass fed ghee in your kitchen and enjoy all ghee benefits for a better level of wellbeing. 

Milkio ghee is made in New Zealand and it is organic certified. Milkio ghee is available for online purchase too.

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https://milkio.co.nz/what-is-ghee

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https://milkio.co.nz/ghee-in-english/

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Ref Links:

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  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghee
  2. https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/ghee-vs-butter

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