What is ghee?
Ghee is a form of clarified butter originating in India. It is made by gently simmering butter to remove all water and impurities but, unlike classic clarified butter, the solids are allowed to caramelise slightly, giving a nutty flavour. This process means it has a high smoke point and long shelf life, so is great for cooking and frying.
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These roasted roots make for a great gluten-free dinner party side. Ghee can be used in place of butter or oil in any recipe.
Not strictly authentic, but we love cheese naan bread. This recipe takes it to the next level, using two different cheeses and adding a kick of chilli.
Potato rösti is traditionally a Swiss breakfast dish, but here Sabrina Ghayour takes us through her twist using mustard seeds, chilli flakes and fenugreek. These spices give this recipe a real punchy flavour and perfectly accompany your soft boiled eggs. Whats more, it’s low cal.