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Making Ghee At Home and 3 Precautions You Take

M ILKI0 F O 0 DS NE W ZE A L A ND WHAT ARE THE PRECAUTIONARY STEPS YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF WHILE MAKING AND STORING GHEE AT HOME ? "Milk and milk products are highly nutritious and one of the most digestible sources of protein, providing essential building blocks for a healthy diet for young and old. As one of the few large dairy exporting countries, New Zealand plays a vital role in global nutritional security." Source : NZ Story Making ghee at home is not tough as long as you are aware of the step-by-step guide. Studies have shown that ghee offers greater health benefits than butter. While making ghee and storing them, it is crucial to know about the precautions you should take. This ensures you get pure ghee which will stay fresh for long. Here are the top 3 precautionary steps you should be aware of while making and storing ghee at home. DO NOT PREPARE GHEE AT A HIGH TEMPERATURE Preparing ghee is simple but is a time-consuming one. Ghee is prepared from unsalted butter, and it should be taken on a pan and melted at low heat. Ensure you never put it on high flame as it would burn the milk solids giving a burnt taste while making ghee at home. ALWAYS STORE GHEE IN A DRY AND COOL PLACE Ghee should never be stored directly under sunlight. This would degrade the quality of your ghee and spoil it. Ghee should always be kept in a cool and dry place, preferably in a cabinet. Always keep the ghee in a tight container, and it would go on for a long time- 3-6 months and even 10 months. NEVER USE A DAMP SPOON When scooping out ghee from the jar, never use a damp spoon. This could spoil the ghee. Always use a dry spoon to ensure your ghee stays fresh for long. Never put your hand inside the jar as it could spoil the ghee. https://milkio.co.nz/making-ghee-at-home/

Making Ghee At Home and 3 Precautions You Take

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Making ghee at home is not tough as long as you are aware of the step-by-step guide. Studies have shown that ghee offers greater health benefits than butter. For people who are lactose intolerant, mak...

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