Clarified butter vs ghee

Clarified Butter is essentially butter stripped of its dairy components and water, leaving behind pure butter fat.

Ghee, a variety of clarified butter, its preparation method ensures the complete removal of dairy solids

· Both boast a richer butter flavor (sometimes called liquid gold).

· Ghee has a delightful nutty flavor from its browned butter as the milk solids brown from the longer cooking time.

They are both a radiant golden yellow hue

· Because it no longer has any milk proteins.

· These culinary gems elevate dishes to crispy perfection.

Moreover, their high smoke point, reaching up to 230°C/450°F