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Basic recipe: homemade ghee

Prepare this basic recipe homemade ghee is much easier than you imagine and, in a matter of minutes, you will be able to enjoy all its benefits and flavor.

But… let's start at the beginning: What is ghee? ghee is a Clarified butter that is left to toast slightly adding much more flavor to our dishes.

It may seem strange to us but in the ayurvedic diet it is one of the basic ingredients. So now you can take advantage of all its benefits and prepare at home.

Do you want to know more about this basic homemade ghee recipe?

When making recipes as simple as these, I always recommend that the raw material be excellent quality.

The best in these cases is the organic butter and, according to the traditional recipe, without salt.

Once the ghee is made, you can keep it in the pantry because it has no water and is 99,9% fat and does not need refrigeration.

Although if you are not going to consume often or if it is very hot in your area you can keep it in the fridge.

Always use clean and dry utensils since with dirt and humidity bacteria can appear, as with any other ingredient.

Using it in the kitchen is very easy. You can start by spreading it on your toast but you can also sauté vegetables or prepare purees, pastas and rice dishes.

In addition, you can also enjoy its flavor in the confectionery and prepare cookies, muffins, biscuits and other desserts.

Is preserved for weeks as long as caution is exercised and the simple hygiene steps indicated are followed.

Discover other recipes of: Healthy food, Easy, Less than 1/2 hour, Traditional

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