Sunday, September 1, 2013

How to Make Ghee in a Slow Cooker from Indian Simmer

Straining the Ghee is the last step of Making Ghee in the Slow Cooker!

How to Make Ghee in the Slow Cooker from Indian Simmer featured on SlowCookerFromScratch.com
(Photo from Indian Simmer.)

If you've ever tried cooking authentic Indian food at home, you've no doubt heard of Ghee, a type of clarified butter commonly used in India, Pakistan, Bangaladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.  The process of cooking the milk solids out of butter results in a delicious cooking oil that doesn't need refrigeration, and it's favored by many cooks who follow the Paleo style of eating. 

This wonderful post about How to Make Ghee in a Slow Cooker from Indian Simmer will tell you everything you need to know to try making Ghee, and while you're there, check out some other slow cooker recipes from this gorgeous site!

Get the complete recipe for How to Make Ghee in a Slow Cooker from Indian Simmer.

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4 comments:

  1. Yet another incredibly good idea for how to use the slow cooker (and one more reason I love this site)!

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  2. Thanks Lydia! I definitely want to try this.

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  3. Can't wait to share this post with folks, and even try this method myself. Thanks, Kalyn!

    Shirley

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