Making Ghee in a slow cooker

Making Ghee in a slow cooker is relatively easy. Until the butter gets heated and the water evaporates, Ghee cannot be prepared. After the release of vapor, all that stays back are milk solids and milk fat. Being highly nutritious and expensive, store-bought Ghee can sometimes be overrated. Hence, if you are thinking of making Ghee in a slow cooker or instant pot at home, here is a guide for you! 

 

Wish to know why making Ghee in a slow cooker is better? Well, because it is not only easy but relatively cheap. Besides this, making Ghee in a slow cooker at home leaves an aromatic and nutty flavor. 

Instructions on Making Ghee in a slow cooker 

  • Preparing Time: 5 minutes  
  • Cook Time: 4 hours 
  • Total Time: 4 hours 5 minutes  
  • Yield: 3 cups

 

In a Slow Cooker:

  • Put the unsalted butter in a slow cooker
  • Ensure leaving the lid ajar to allow the steam to escape 
  • Cook the butter on high 2-4 hours, or low 4-6 hours 
  • Once you complete, let it be cool 
  • Cover a strainer with a coffee liner or filter cloth. Place it over a jar. 
  • Now pour the melted liquid through the strainer into the pot. 

In an Instant pot 

  • Turn on the cooker. In case your crockpot heats up faster, turn on the “less” mode. 
  • Put butter in a pan. Set your stopwatch for 10 minutes. 
  • Simmer the butter until it starts separating milk solids. 
  • Wait for the solids to settle in the bottom 
  • After 10 minutes, these solids start to brown.
  • Once done, turn off the cooker so that it does not continue to get cooked. 

 

In a Stove Top

  • Start with melting butter in a heavy-bottomed pan
  • Put the flame on medium heat
  • Please make sure you occasionally stir while the butter does its job 
  • Turn off the heat when milk solids start separating and growing 
  • Leave for cooling 
  • Cover a strainer with a coffee liner or filter cloth. Place it over a jar. 
  • Now pour the melted liquid through the strainer into the jar.

Are you finding making Ghee in a slow cooker is a bit time-consuming process?  You may try a branded ghee that is as authentic as homemade Ghee. Try Milkio grass-fed ghee. It is made of 100% grass-fed cow milk butter in 100% Pure New Zealand. The Ghee is a small batch-made product and is prepared in USFDA approved facility. Milkio Grass-fed Ghee is certified organic, non-GMO, lactose, casein-free dairy, keto, and Paleo-friendly. 

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