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Nanak Pure Desi Ghee, Clarified Butter, 56-Ounce Jar

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Ghee is very popular in Indian cooking. Nanak Pure Desi Ghee is made fresh and it is better than cooking oil. Use it in your favorite dishes and taste the difference.

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  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001UUVKFS
  • UPC: 797677300303
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,802 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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BarbCF
I use it when baking in place of butter or oil and for melting over steamed veggies like broccoli or grean beans.
Jimmy Zee
Flavor: The flavor is rich, deep, nutty, and Umami.
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By The Celican on April 8, 2013
I have been consuming Ghee ever since I was a kid and I definitely know a thing or two about Ghee.

Color: First of all the yellower the Ghee, the better. Cow ghee yields yellower ghee, and Buffaloes yield white ghee. Grass Fed cows yield the most yellow ghee, which is better than hay fed or whatever-fed cows, whose ghee is not so yellow. If you buy regular butter from a store and make ghee, it will not be so yellow - much whiter. It is because the cows which helped make that butter were not fed green grass most of the time.

Flavor: The flavor is rich, deep, nutty, and Umami. I have a strong sense of smell and almost feel I am standing next to a cow when cooking with this ghee, in a good sense. I don't get that feeling when eating regular butter. The aroma lessens significantly if you heat it or cook with it. It is more palpable if you just melt it on something. This ghee is made by culturing the cream first with yogurt, and THEN extracting ghee out of it. It is a big value-add in terms of flavor and nutrition, and it is also the traditional way. Extracting ghee from sweet cream butter will yield a different tasting ghee. Please note that whatever the method used, the final product (Ghee) is always sterile and free from any cultures.

Texture: It is granular in appearance, which is the mark of top class Ghee. Superior ghee is always a bit granular. Of course, it all melts away into a smooth liquid upon heating. There are no particulates.

Storage: There is practically no expiry date on Ghee. It'll last forever if you store it sensibly at room temperature. If it smells rancid then something is wrong. Otherwise, it is fine.

Nutrition: Ghee is great for the Mind, Tissues, Organs and Skin. It has CLA which is anti-carcinogenic.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Rowe on July 2, 2010
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This stuff is cheap, delicious, and healthy calories. It's my diesel. I put it on almost everything. Load up some vegetables, cooked squash, scrambled eggs, or mashed potatoes with it and you can run all day without hunger. It doesn't have a strong flavor like butter, so you can use a lot of it without overwhelming the taste of the food you're putting it on.

It keeps fine without refrigeration, so you can keep a few tubs around. I plan to survive on my stash of this stuff when the zombie hordes come and the grocery store is closed.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By T. A. Anderson on December 3, 2010
I had never worked with Ghee before and I wasn't sure what to expect when I purchased it.

O.M.G...!

Where has this been all my life? It's officially become a cupboard resident right up there next to the olive oil, flour and salt. I don't know how I managed to cook BEFORE I began using this product, but I know it's now permanently on my shopping list and I don't plan to run out of it.

A little goes a long way...

You don't need a lot of this to do a quick egg scramble. I've used it for pancakes, sauteed veggies, even folded it into the mashed potatoes! It's a miracle ingredient. My family was going to throw out some cold french fries from the night before and I said, "No way!" In this economy, I'm watching every dime. So, with just two teaspoons of ghee, I was able to crisp up the fries in the skillet. They were absolutely delicious, and because this ghee is unsalted, I can control the fat AND the salt in my dishes. What a godsend.

Best of all, it doesn't need refrigeration. I keep it in the cupboard and at room temp, it's done just fine. Then again, the longest a 28oz jar has lasted in this house has been one month. I'm now upgrading to the 56oz jar as it's cheaper by the ounce.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Robert K. Baldwin on May 10, 2013
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Read a lot about this one not being as good as some of the others. Some of which I had had before. So, I bought this one and the best one by sales, and tasted them side by side. There is a difference but not one good and one bad, just different. For cooking this one wins hands down to me, for eating maybe the other one, but really I think they are both fine.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Funky Music Fan on September 3, 2010
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I use ghee a lot for cooking (couscous, frying fish, etc.) instead of butter. This is a great size if you use ghee in the regular basis and the price is fantastic and unbeatable. You don't have to refrigerate ghee so it does not take space in your fridge.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ravi Grover on September 10, 2013
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bought this for religious use - only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is b/c they don't verify if the dairy cows are fed a natural diet or are allowed to roam free
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25 of 34 people found the following review helpful By D. Michael Sanford on November 12, 2011
This is the third Ghee I have tried off of Amazon. I have to say that this is my least favorite. Two things make me give it that evaluation: This Ghee was coarse not smooth and it tastes too much like artificial butter, like what you get on your popcorn at the movies. It almost makes you wonder if they didn't add a little phony oil to the pot, but I digress. This Ghee cooks well, I make eggs over easy using this product and the eggs don't stick to the pan. It also is good for adding to recipes that call for butter, but I warn you that the butter flavor is, to me, very strong. There are other Ghee products out there that you need to try before you settle on this product. But the fun part is that you'll enjoy them all!
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By DD on April 19, 2013
I bought this at costco, the reason I bought it is because there is no organic ghee available locally including the Indian stores. I did see some organic ghee on amazon so you know I wont be buying nanak ghee unless they re-invent their ghee.

For those who do not understand what ghee is and expect it to taste like butter let me tell those folks a easy way is to look on internet how to make ghee at home. its very simple process is to melt organic butter at very low heat until all the moisture bubbles out and milk solids are browned at bottom and finally strain the clear liquid into another container removing all froth and impurities that were present in butter. Thats what is called ghee or clarified butter. Why do you buy when you can make it at home, because it requires some practice and time to make sure it does not burn in the process.

Now back to nanak pure desi ghee: Well I think this is made in Canada. You know how cold it is in Canada, hence the cows are most likely not pasture fed at least most of the year except may be summer time. On top of that Canada milk is pasteurized and homogenized so by definition it cannot be called 'pure desi ghee'. Pure desi ghee literally requires to be made from raw organic milk.
Lot of other brands who claim to call their ghee 'pure desi ghee' do not understand this fact. Your best bet is to buy organic desi ghee made from pasture fed cows and utilizing non-pasteurized or non-homoenized milk as its source.
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