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clarified butter used in Indian cookery

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Interestingly, the company has named its new line of ghee flavours as 'Chocti', which is Sanskrit word for change and empowerment.
They produce ghee by melting the butter over low heat and allowing it to simmer until most of the water has been evaporated.
Meanwhile, All Pakistan Tankers Association urged the Punjab Food Authority to stop sudden raids on ghee and vanaspati manufacturing units and draw Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as businessmen were in deep trouble due to raids.
4%, wheat 15%, groundnut cake 10%, Ghee obtained from milk cream and curd 5% and 10%, 6% skimmed milk powder and 6% sugar.
UFC's flagship brand Aseel is a leading ghee brand in the Middle East.
Vegetable ghee and cooking oil industry is one of the largest manufacturing sectors in the country and has grown since the country's independence in 1947.
We have introduced Aseel Trans Fat Free Ghee after rigorous R&D to change the perception of consumers about ghee and address their health issues.
Aseel's current product range includes Vegetable Ghee, Pure Dairy Ghee, Butter and Canola Oil.
Initially they resisted and used evasive measures but when pressurized they unilaterally declared a reduction of Rs5 per kg in prices of vegetable oil and ghee.
2 Melt some butter or ghee in a large pan over a medium heat.
A PASSENGER travelling to Bahrain from Egypt has been caught trying to smuggle hundreds of illegal painkillers in empty ghee cans.
IT MAY have stood up to the Himalayan deluge of June but the continued existence of the Kedarnath temple is threatened by, of all things, ghee.
In fact, ghee has a higher level of oxidized cholesterol than any other food.
The US-donated ghee in plastic bags and tins is also up for sale, not only in local markets, but also in districts.
The industrial demand for crude palm oil was strong in FY11 as is evident from increased import of soyabean oil, which is widely used for blending with palm oil in cooking oil and ghee manufacturing.