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Ghee Adds Toasty Flavor to Indian and Western Dishes

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Ghee, the Indian version of clarified butter, is a rich, golden oil with a nutty flavor. Like clarified butter, ghee has a higher smoking point than whole butter, which makes it great for sautéing. But unlike clarified butter, which has a neutral flavor, ghee (pronounced with a hard “g”) adds its own delicious, slightly caramelized flavor to foods. (The flavor comes from toasting the milk solids before they’re removed from the butter.)

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