How to Make Ghee + Giveaway

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What is Ghee?

It’s clarified butter! Like coconut oil, it is liquid at room temperature.

Why You Should Use It:

  • Ghee is butterfat without casein or lactose, which means it’s easier for people with those sensitivities to digest.
  • Have you ever fried something and had the room (or house?!) fill up with smoke? This has a high smoke point, which is more suitable for frying instead of using canola oil (which I’m not a fan of anyway!). The ghee does not break down like other oils!
  • Ghee is full of Vitamins A, D, E and K. These vitamins are fat-soluble, which means they need to be digested with other fat molecules to be absorbed into the bloodstream. Good thing, because ghee has plenty of it!
  • Provides conjugated lineolic acid (CLA), which is not only an antioxidant, but helps fight belly fat*.


  • 1 lb of butter (unsalted, highest quality you can find)
  • Fine mesh strainer, skillet with high sides, glass jar


  1.  Heat a skillet on low
  2. Once warm, place butter in pan, slowing moving around with a wooden spoon
  3. Cook on low for 20-25 minutes, until the milk protein floats on top. This will look like a bunch of white stuff on top.
  4. Skim off this white protein–as much as you can.
  5. Turn heat up to medium-low for 5-10 min, making sure the butter doesn’t burn. The remaining milk protein on the bottom of the pan will begin to brown. Once this happens, immediately remove from heat. Place it in a safe place to cool.
  6. Once cool, strain through a fine mesh strainer to get rid of the solids. I like to strain this into the mason jar using a canning funnel so there’s no mess.
  7. Store in cupboard and use as needed. No need to refrigerate, even after using.


Patel, N. (2012). Is Ghee good for You?. India Currents26(2), 54.
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6 thoughts on “How to Make Ghee + Giveaway”

  1. I’ve actually used ghee for years! It’s used so often in Indian cooking that making it is like second nature to me now 🙂 My daughter loves it and it tastes so much better than canola or vegetable oil.
    I would put a picture of my daughter’s graduation!

  2. I don’t know that I had ever heard of Ghee before, or maybe I did and I just didn’t know what the heck it was…but now I definitely will have to try it!
    I think I would use a picture of L and H so that they can do it together some day, how cute would that be?! lol

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