This ghee recipe has only one ingredient and is quick and easy to prepare! Taste aside, ghee has some unique advantages in the kitchen compared to butter. First and foremost, it has a very high smoke point (almost 500°F or 255°C) and is therefore perfect for sautéing, baking and high heat grilling applications. Ghee also is more tolerable for those who are allergic to lactose and casein.
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Ghee not only taste wonderful (since it is pure butter fat), it is also quite nutrients dense, containing an excellent amount of fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, E and K. All these vitamins together play an important role in promoting a healthy immune system, proper functioning of your heart, improves digestion, brain, and bones. Ghee is good for our bodies in more than one way. It also tastes great, hands down!