Making Ghee at home is absolutely EASY. Do give this DIY a try, it is perfect if you are a beginner in the kitchen, or have not made Ghee before.
HEY HEY lovelies…guess who’s back from a brief ‘blogging hiatus’!!! With all my recent moving and renovations at the new house, A proper sit down to do a blog post, has been futile to say the least. But, I haven’t been totally AWOL from my other social media platforms. I like to call those posts, my mini blog version.
If you Follow me on my INSTAGRAM and FACEBOOK pages, you will have noticed, that I had done a few “OLD SCHOOL” foodie posts. Why Old School?, That’s because SEPTEMBER is HERITAGE MONTH in South Africa. I wanted to bring back a few golden oldies that have been in my family for generations, and still stands the test of time.
GHEE too is another OLD SCHOOL ingredient. With recent times, ghee has been found to complement many a diet. Ghee is a type of Clarified Butter, that has originated from the Indian Subcontinent. In India, ghee making process is generally lengthy. It commonly made from Heating milk, allowing it cool, and skimming off the cream bits from the top of the milk. This is then churned into butter, which is further heated to make ghee… DESI GHEE as our Indian friends would refer to it.
Back home here in South Africa, Ghee making is a lot more simpler. There is always memories attached to food, and one such is walking into your home to the aroma of a rich, nutty ghee that was made by the women of the household. This technique, I, like many other South African Indian families, have learnt from generations before us. It’s a DIY that certainly deserves it’s own platform to bask on, a heritage worthy recipe that will be around for many more generations to follow.
GHEE is used in a variety of Indian Cuisine, and most often it is used in place of vegetable oils. Be it a savoury or sweet dish, ghee is one common ingredient you will find in many Indian style dishes. Who doesn’t love a good quality Ghee from a reputable company, but with the recent spike in BUTTER prices in SOUTH AFRICA, those once truly affordable store bought ghee, has now become an almost ‘luxury buy’.
So back to basics it is, here is how you too can make a batch of Ghee at home, anytime you need some.
HAPPY GHEE MAKING LOVELIES
Have You Made Ghee At Home Before?
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HOW TO MAKE GHEE - DIY
AUTHOR : Foodeva Marsay (@foodeva_marsay)
That my friends…IS IT>>>HOMEMADE GHEE in a jiffy.
- HOMEMADE GHEE – DIY
Now that you can make this, WHAT WILL YOU BE USING GHEE IN?
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