Ghee is a versatile ingredient in Indian cooking. There is no limit to how many dishes one can cook by using ghee as the main ingredient.
Ghee is widely available on Indian markets and these days online stores also sell a variety of desi ghee. If you think ghee can only be used for frying, then you are certainly wrong. Use ghee the same way as regular oil. You can saute vegetables; pour it over meat and chicken to amplify the taste or you can also fry the eggs on it. There are people who even add ghee to their morning coffee and oatmeal. The delicious and creamy rich taste of ghee really makes it a special ingredient to substitute your regular vegetable oil.
We all make rava dosa, but this one's a little different. This dosa is made entirely in ghee instead of vegetable oil and brings a perfect taste and flavour.
When you roast chicken with ghee, it makes the chicken pieces juicy, flavoured and tender. It is a simple recipe and a light dish to serve along with the main course.
This is a perfect snack option especially to enjoy the monsoon season. Chop some raw bananas, roast them in ghee and enjoy the weather.
If you are bored of the plain rice, try making desi ghee at home.
Rakshabandhan is just around the corner and we can’t keep calm. Sweets in festivals are necessary and this ghee ke ladoo will make this festival even more special for you.