Amul Ghee - 32 oz.Gee, toop, clarified butter, butter oil, butter ghee, ulsi ghee, amul pure ghee
Indian ghee made from pure butter cream. Ghee, the most common cooking medium in India, is the nation's version of clarified butter. Unsalted butter is diligently simmered to eliminate moisture, a process that lightly browns the fat, giving it a nutlike flavor. Ghee is ideal for sautéing, braising, pan-frying and deep-frying. Once you taste ghee's buttery taste, you will know the difference. It is packed with flavor, and often 1 tablespoon of ghee will work just as well as four tablespoons of any other cooking oil. It is the healthy, all-natural, salt-free, lactose-free alternative to hydrogenated oils that clog arteries.
Also, ghee does not need to be refrigerated. It will stay fresh for 4-5 weeks at room temperature, and six months if refrigerated. The ghee will stay fresh for a longer period if you use clean, dry spoons whenever touching the ghee.
The original variety of Amul ghee is made from a combination of cream from water buffalo and cow milk.