Ghee is a clarified form of butter. Ayurveda, the old Indian alternative medicine system claims that it improves the absorption ability of our body.
Ghee is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids and decreases LDL – the bad cholesterol. In Ghee the milk solids are removed so it does not need refrigeration and can be kept at room temperature.
Ghee is rich in butyric acid, linoleic acid and vitamin A. Ghee has a high smoking point which helps cooking food at high temperatures.Ghee is used in Indian cooking instead of oil. It has a nutty, fragrant caramelized flavor. Ghee is a saturated fat so use of ghee should be limited. Ghee can be stored at room temperature in the pantry for 6 months.