WHAT IS GHEE?
Ghee is clarified butter, i.e. butter is simmered on low heat until all milk solids become brown and stick to the bottom of the pan. The remaining liquid, ghee, is then strained and stored in jars. Ghee, now devoid of moisture and lactose, has nutty, caramelized tones. Ghee has existed for thousands of years in ancient cultures of Asia and the Middle East where it is often made at home and used in daily cooking.