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Ghee from scratch


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  • 600ml Cream (not thickened)
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Recipe's preparation

    Step 1 : Make Butter
  1. - Insert butterfly and cream and turn on speed 4 for about 20 seconds or until the fat separates from the liquid (buttermilk).

  2. - Take butterfly out & strain the butter from all the buttermilk (I use my hands to squeeze all the buttermilk out)

  3. - Put butter back into Thermie and wash it on speed 4 for about 10 seconds with about 500g cold water

  4. - Repeat straining process and washing process one more time

  5. Step 2 : Making Ghee
  6. - Put the butter back into the Thermie, leave the MC OFF or place rice basket ontop (to prevent splatter from the bubbling) and cook on Varoma, speed one for around 30-45 minutes or until the butter has bubbled and become clear with bits floating on the top. (It will depend on how fresh your cream is as to how long it takes)

  7. - Once Ghee has become clear and you can see bits floating ontop and solids at the bottom, turn the Thermie off and prepare to strain it with a muslin with either the rice basket or a seive.

  8. - Strain then pour into a dry glass jar with a lid. Allow it to cool before securing the lid. It can be kept in the pantry or fridge (but it will go hard in the fridge)

  9. ** Ghee is widely known as a healthy cooking oil traditionally used in India. Use it for sauteing.

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- I reccommend sticking to the volumes I've given as the butter bubbles half way up the bowl and you don't want it to bubble over.


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  • So easy to do Thanks for easy to follow...

    Submitted by Jan K on 29. May 2017 - 23:07.

    So easy to do. Thanks for easy to follow instructions

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  • Worked a treat! Thank you!

    Submitted by Emma slaney on 2. June 2015 - 23:05.

    Worked a treat! Thank you! Might brave a double qty next time as it doesn't make much 

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  • very simple

    Submitted by Sonic2043 on 26. March 2015 - 15:09.

    very simple

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  • Thank you for the

    Submitted by Sonic2043 on 26. March 2015 - 15:08.

    Thank you for the instructions, I had a 500gram block of unsalted butter in the fridge and used that instead of making my own. Awesome now I have a jar full of ghee. As this stuff is so expensive to buy  Cooking 9

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  • Very thorough and easy to

    Submitted by Thermominx_au on 2. March 2015 - 16:57.

    Very thorough and easy to follow instructions, thank you.  Big Smile

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