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What to do with #Ghee Residue after making Ghee

If you are amoung the people who make #Ghee at home weekly or monthly then what do you do of the #Ghee Residue. Well if you dont do anything or simply dump it in dustbin than you must read this blog to put the #GheeResidue to use right away. Lets get started

What is Ghee Residue ?

If you make Ghee at home by saving up the Malai ( Thick layer formed on Milk while boiling ). And after a considerable quanity you boil the malai to extract Ghee from the Milk solid, in this process while you sieve the Mala there is a residue – Brown substance and this is called as Ghee Residue.

Check out this video for the quick guide on efficient Ghee Making at Home

#GheeMaking at #Home using Malai & Whole wheat Flour

So lets get on to the recipes and dishes that you can make with #Ghee residue

1 Beetroot Burfi

Beetroot Burfi

2 Jaggery Waffles

3. Diwali Special Cookies

#Homemade #Coconut #Cookies

4 Eggless Milk Cake

Eggless #MilkCake with #GheeResidue & Coconut flavoured #Rabdi

5 Besan Burfi – Homemade Quick Recipe

This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva andNoor Anand Chawla, and generously SPONSORED BY Bugshield Clothing – Enjoy Outdoors More!

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33 comments on “What to do with #Ghee Residue after making Ghee

  1. We just love eating it after mixing it with sugar.

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  2. Great idea of using the residue in the best way after Ghee gets ready; honestly, I never thought of this great idea, I am definitely going to try Thekua and milk cake next time.

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  3. we make ghee every 10 days and the residue is either used as a stuffing in paranthas or for ladoos max. This post gives so many new ideas. waffle too? This is amazing and worth a try.

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  4. Wah wah….i never knew we could make so many things with ghee residue. My mom used to make halwa and a my SIL used to eat it with rice and sugar. Now I never have milk to make ghee at home but will surely share your post with friends who do.

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  5. I have never tied making ghee at home so have no idea of the residue :-0
    I remember that my grandmom & mom used to make it at home when I was a kid. But eventually shifted to store bought stuff.
    But all the desserts and sweets look yum. I may try them nevertheless.

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  6. Monidipa Dutta

    I was not aware we can make so many things. I am bookmarking it!

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  7. I have tried a few of the combinations but Beetroot Burfi and Jaggery Waffle sounds new to me, I would love to try this, thanks for sharing Arti 🙂

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  8. This post is like winning the heart of husband and kids. I also made barfi of ghee residue.

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  9. My mom always mixed sugar and gave it to us. These recipes look great will check them

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  10. oh my! all those lovely dessert photos made me drool over them!! Thanks for making me aware of how to utilise the ghee residues.

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  11. Wow i was not aware that we can make so many things with ghee residue .We just love eating it after mixing it with sugar.

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  12. Great idea of using the residue in the best way after Ghee gets ready; honestly, I never thought of this great idea, I am definitely going to try Thekua and milk cake next time.

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  13. Alpana Deo

    I never discard the Ghee residue. I usually mix it with sugar and have it with roti. But I liked your recipes. will try them whenever I make my next batch.

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  14. priyanka chhabria

    And I have been throwing the residue for years now! I will definitely give these recipes a try. After all who doesn’t like home made yummy desserts. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. I used to make ghee earlier, but I never knew we could make so many recepies with the same. I would give the same to my kids to eat just raw, they would enjoy the same.

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  16. You have enlightened about using Ghee residue! All your sweets look mouth-watering, but your Beetroot Barfi and Besan Barfi had me salivating! Thanks for the tips and recipes!

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  17. The beetroot burfinsounds very interesting and I might probably make it this week after I make ghee. Thank you for sharing

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  18. Amritha Srinath

    Wow, these are some brilliant ideas to use the ghee residue. Beetroot Barfi sounds delicious. I shall try making them. We usually make daal or sabzi in the ghee pan and incorporate the ghee residue in our food.

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  19. We do ghee in almost every month!! And I cannot thankyou enough for this post!
    Yes, I throw always the left over brown part.. Saved this post for later use!

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  20. We do ghee in almost every month!! And I cannot thankyou enough for this post!
    Yes, I throw always the left over brown part.. Saved this post for later use!..

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  21. Wow, you can make so many things out of spare ghee, which I did not know!

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