Ghee is called clarified butter in English, in Malayalam as Neyy, and in Hindi it is called Ghee.

Ghee is made by boiling butter until the milk solids are cooked thoroughly, and hence it can be enjoyed by lactose-intolerant people in small quantities. India is one of the largest producers and consumers of ghee, and today, even Western cooking has embraced this delectable fat due to its health properties.



Nutritional Value Facts

Here we have the breakdown of the nutrition facts of 100 grams of Ghee

Calories: 900

Fat: 100 grams

Cholesterol: 300 milligrams

Sodium: 2.1 milligrams

Potassium: 5.1 milligrams

Protein: 0.3 grams

 Health Benefits

Ghee has been considered a pure form of fat in Indian Ayurvedic cooking and ceremonies, as it is clarified from butter to produce a rich, healthy by-product.

  • Vitamin K: It is particularly good for pregnant women as it nurtures the body from within with the presence of Vitamin K.
  • Vitamin E: It is good for the skin and hair, cures skin infections, and is perfect to be used in the winter season to prevent dryness.
  • Vitamin A: It improves eyesight and is given to growing children.
  • Omega 3 fatty acids: It contains minimal quantities of these acids that help to build brain and heart health.
  • Immunity: Ghee is a key ingredient in many Ayurvedic medicines as it has immunity-building properties, reduces inflammation, and cures digestive issues.

 Our ghee packages come in different quantities in strong containers, and these can be directly used from the container itself. Once boiled, the pure golden-colored ghee is strained and poured into sterilized containers for further use. If you are traveling, you can use it as it needs no refrigeration.

 Texture & Taste

The texture and taste of Ghee are creamy and liquid in warm temperatures. Once you place it in cooler settings, it solidifies but can be scooped out like ice cream easily. The taste is lightly sweet, aromatic, slightly nutty, and caramelized due to the boiling procedure.

 Recipe Ideas

Pamper your parathas with ghee and make your badam halwa with pure ghee from now on. Enjoy the difference of wholesome goodness. Indian festivals cannot be enjoyed without a dollop of ghee in every dish.