Download the app!
Grocery/Ghee, Oil, Energy Products

DDC Ghee, Nepali Ghee ML

(0.0
DDC Ghee is a type of clarified butter that is commonly used in cooking foods. It is made by simmering butter & removing the water and milk solids, leaving behind the pure fat. It is prized for its rich, nutty flavor and making it a versatile cooking fat.
¥950.00
Free Shipping*

Delivery time: 1-3 days

(Delivery time may take longer for Hokkaido, Okinawa & some other Islands) * View shipping policy
Payment

Assurances
  • Safe & secure payment
  • Full refund if you don't receive your order
  • Returns accepted if product not as described, and buyer must bear return shipping burden   View Return policy
DDC Ghee is typically a translucent, golden-yellow liquid when melted, and it solidifies at room temperature into a creamy, spreadable consistency. DDC Ghee has a rich, nutty, and slightly sweet flavor. It lacks the milk solids that regular butter contains, which makes it suitable for people who are lactose intolerant. DDC Ghee has a high smoke point (around 375°F or 190°C), which means it can be used for high-temperature cooking methods such as frying and sautéing without breaking down or producing harmful compounds.

DDC Ghee has a longer shelf life compared to regular butter because the removal of moisture and milk solids inhibits bacterial growth. When stored in an airtight container away from light and heat, ghee can last for several months without refrigeration.
Ghee is a staple ingredient. It is used for frying, tempering spices, making sweets, and as a flavorful drizzle over rice and lentil dishes. It is also used in religious and ceremonial rituals.

Ghee is considered a healthier alternative to some other cooking oils and fats due to its high smoke point and potential for aiding digestion. However, it is calorie-dense and should be used in moderation as part of a balanced diet. Ghee primarily consists of saturated fats but also contains small amounts of vitamins A, E, and K, as well as beneficial fatty acids like conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).

Email a friend