Step-by-step instructions with pictures to Make Ghee At Home from scratch. This is the most fool-proof method to make organic ghee at home from butter. Also find the video to make clarified butter at home.
Step-By-Step Pictures and Instructions To Make Ghee From Scratch At Home
How to make organic ghee at home ?
What are the benefits of organic homemade ghee made at home?
- Apart from using it in cooking food and making rotis, we use homemade ghee or desi ghee to light the lamp in our pooja room or the sacred room where we worship God.
- It also has numerous health benefits. I use it on my lips when I get chapped lips in winter season.
- It is rich in antioxidants and helps to absorb vitamins and minerals from other foods.
In the post, explained the process to make ghee at home with Step-By-Step Pictures. You will now love to make ghee from malai.
Let me answer some common questions that we find while making organic homemade ghee at home from scratch:
How to prevent smell in kitchen while making homemade ghee?
After collecting milk cream should we keep it in freezer?
Can we make ghee with cow milk or buffalo milk?
Why is the ghee not yellow?
How to collect milk cream for making ghee?
What to do with leftover buttermilk after making ghee?
Step by Step Instructions To Make Ghee At Home
- Hard anodized utensil
- Food processor
- 1 Milk cream collected for 7 to 10 days in airtight container
- Keep on collecting the cream of milk in a container, preferably a glass container. The cream shown above in pictures is collected over 7-10 days. You should store the collected milk cream in fridge to ensure that it does not get spoiled. You will get thick milk cream, if you boil milk and refrigerate overnight. In the morning you will get thick milk cream.
- The milk cream collected over time will start separating from the water. Water will go to the bottom and cream will be on top.
- Transfer the entire contents of the container, i.e. the collected milk cream in a food processor. Fix the blade used to churn milk and keep it on speed 1 for 5 minutes.
- You will observe that the butter has separated from the milky water or whey. The milky water is known as whey or buttermilk and the solidified part is butter.
- Transfer only the butter in a deep bottom pan. Preferably an hard anodized pan or a non-stick pan.
- Retain a little buttermilk. Wash the container and transfer the buttermilk into it.
- Now keep the container in which butter is present on the gas or stove. Keep it on medium heat.
- The butter will start melting.
- Soon you will see clear bubbles forming. Now lower the heat.
- Heat it little more till you see clear ghee on top. Now switch off the gas. Don't worry if milk solids burn. Discard it later.
- Pass the ghee through a strainer or filter and collect the pure ghee in a clean container. I collect this in glass container as I love it that way.
- Notice that you got pure ghee now. You can smell it and enjoy the aroma of the ghee.