Desi Pure Ghee or clarified butter in glass or Copper container with spoon, selective focus
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Amplify The Flavor Of Ghee With This Basic Cooking Technique
Ghee might be a mystery to most home cooks in the United States, but it definitely shouldn't be. Packed with antioxidants and healthy fats along with vitamins and minerals, ghee is a great stand-in for butter in a host of recipes, and if you want to pack even more flavor into your ghee, try this simple trick.
Ghee is a type of clarified butter, which is butter that has been simmered until the water evaporates and the fat separates from the milk solids so they can be removed. If you'd like even more flavor, leave the milk solids in the pan until they become golden brown and impart a warm, nutty taste, and if you want to maximize your flavor, try making spiced ghee.
If you want to pack as much flavor into your meals, use an Instant Pot to infuse your ghee with spices. A good place to start is with the three C's, cumin, cardamom, and cinnamon, or for an authentic Ethiopian Niter Kibbeh spiced ghee, you can also add cloves, peppercorns, turmeric, and nutmeg, along with garlic, onion, and ginger.