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How to make Desi Ghee at home? Clarified Butter recipe

Learn how to make clarified butter i.e. desi ghee at home using store- bought unsalted butter. Basically desi ghee making is a process of separating fat (impurities) from the oil. Clarified butter/Desi ghee is used in a lot of Indian recipes and is a good ingredient to have in your fridge. You can always buy readymade ghee too but it’s expensive compared to buying slabs of butter and making your own ghee or if you don’t have ghee available in your area, you can make your own. Nothing beats good old homemade ghee.


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  1. You state that you should use ghee instead of butter because since butter has a higher burning point (usually referred to as smoke point) it will burn faster. You actually have that backwards. Butter has a lower smoke point than ghee, which is why it will burn faster than ghee.

  2. 🙂 I was wondering what happened?

  3. yes. thats how ghee turns out good and perfect.

  4. Sorry… Hit return too soon! My question is this: does it have to be unsalted?

  5. This is probably a silly question, but since my understanding of butter is very limited, I must ask:

  6. You are welcome 🙂 and happy cooking!

  7. superb… I am going to do it right now! Thank you!

  8. You are very welcome 🙂

  9. Thank you 4 video! I did not know that it was this simple, watching it again to make sure.

  10. Thanks for the vid! You've got me curious about homemade butter. Have you made your own? If so, can you share that in a video! Cheers!

  11. Great video! It's been a long time since I have done this but ghee surely is better to have in the system then fats with all the hard components in it! A+++

  12. Great. Now you know the secret. Cheers!!!

  13. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  14. I meant….Butter burns faster so your spices, onions etc might not get to the desired caramalized or fried point but with ghee you can play around a bit longer.. does that make any sense???

  15. Great video , I've always wondered how to make this 🙂

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