Ghee

Ghee

Ghee is purified butter with fine taste and gentle buttery aroma. It is ideal for cooking, especially suited for cooking fryed dishes because of its high smoking point (250°C). Ghee is an integral part of the Indian cooking tradition and is valued highly by everyone with sensitivity towards milk products. Despite its origin, ghee does not contain lactose or casein.

Ghee is more easily digested compared to other animal fats. Its lightness even makes it а suitable ingredient for home made baby food. And you know what’s funny? Statistics show that if you say “GHEE” loud enough, about 35% of the people in your surrounding will respond with “Bless you!”. You should try it!

Qualities

Aroma of a cow milk with a gentle hint of nuts and caramel
Color golden
Taste authentic buttery taste
Appearance creamy, soft
Storage you can keep on the kitchen's shelf, if the jar is not open
Storage Conditions In the fridge after opening

What's in it

100% clarified organic cow butter.

How's it made

We melt the butter over medium-low heat. When it's melted we skim the whey off the surface. Then we do it until the butter turns clear and the milk solids sink to the bottom and gives the ghee a nutty, butterscotch flavor. We put the ghee in glass jars after we strained it.

Nutritional facts

In 100 g

Energy

901 kcal / 3703 kJ

Fat

99.8 g

- of which saturated

66 g

Carbohydrates

0.5 g
Protein 0.1 g

Salt

0 g

 

  • Certified Organic
  • Gluten Free
  • GMO Free
  • Pesticide Free
  • BG-BIO-02

Packaging

  • Glass jar 215 g

Ideas

There are so many splendid uses for ghee. You can use it in place of any cooking oil, and it will add that beautiful butter flavor without the fear of burning.

Delicate and sheer aroma - great for any cooking experiments.

A source of A, D and E vitamins.

Long shelf life.

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