Lets Prepare Some Fat Free GHEE?? in simizkitichen (wings2cooking)


  I will be showing 2types of Ghee recipe  

Ghee :- when Ghee comes to mind all are scared to eat just because of fear of getting fat.. Is that true ?? no , not at all 🙂 eating Ghee in the right way can actually help you..
We find in India its a basic ingredient used in every house.. Some serve it with food and some use it in cooking … must say Ghee is one of my favorite and my cooking and eating is incomplete without Ghee…Ghee is served with rotis, sweets, and some spicy stuff too .

Uses of Ghee :- Ghee is a class of clarified butter  that is originated from the Indian subcontinent  It is commonly used in south Asian  and Middle Eastern, and now we find it using it all over.

The Ghee is known as sacred to we Indians because as it is prepared from the cow milk… and it is holy for we Indians because  as in the most parts of  the India cow is worshipped as GOD (kamadhenu) a wish full-filling god.


We  Indians love eating ghee in everyday life… in earlier days we used to find the traditional method of preparing Ghees at every houses..  they used to first store the cream from milk and blend it with the wodden hand blender , once done remove the butter from it and melt the butter to prepare the ghee..

Now lets know the health benefits of Ghee :-  Ghee is one of the well known medicine.. Ghee contains Vitamin- A and vitamin – E and vitamin – D..  Omega-3s (monounsaturated fats) are healthy forms of fat that can be found in ghee..

Heart :- the rich variety of fats in Ghee can give a healthy boast to your heart.. The content of Omega-3s  fatty acid in it can decrease your levels of unhealthy cholesterol and provide an energetic balance to your fat intake.

Some health benefits –

  1. Strengthen the immune system
  2. Boosts energy level in body
  3. Helps to reduce inflammation in gastrointestinal

Do you women know that intake of Ghee can make your  bones get strong and after 30s which is really needed and also helps you to set free from heat body and keeps your body cool..

Some beauty tips :-

The face massage of Ghee can make your face soft and give a good glow 🙂 .. applying Ghee to your  hair can give ur hair a good shine and smooth hair and makes them strong…


Ingredients :-


2.Methe ( fenugreek seeds ) 2tbsp

3.Cardamom 2


Method :-


  1. Once we heat milk every day we can see the fresh cream coming on top of the milk, just remove the cream and preserve it in a bowl everyday, for a week in fridge,
  2.  The day your preparing the Ghee just keep the stored cream outside for 2 hours so that the chillness comes down,

3. I have used wooden hand blender as shown in image given below to make butter ( you can also prepare it with electric hand blender or you can grind in mixer ) optional u can choose any as per your need ,



4. Now remove all the butter from the butter-milk to a bowl,



5. Now add 2 cardamom open and add it, and fenugreek seeds in the prepared butter,



6. keep all three together for boiling,

7. cook well till you get a good aroma and till Ghee is prepared,

8. now with the help of a strainer , strain the Ghee in a steel air tight box,

9.  this  can be served with hot rice, idli , on topping of dosa’s ,  and it is used in cooking dishes too…

second recipe

  1. prepared butter
  2. Methe ( fenugreek seeds )
  3. Cardamom
  4. turmeric powder  half tbsp
  5. Method :- 1. add butter, cardamom , methe seeds, and turmeric powder all 4 together and keep for boiling ,same as given above recipe just change is adding turmeric ..
  6. most of them don’t like turmeric flavour so I  have showed 2 recipes.. its a optional..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           lets see how turmeric and fenugreek seeds will help you not to gain weight and other benefits  while using Ghee.

1.  Fenugreek are  rich source of steroidal that prevent the absorption of cholesterol and triglycerides. with the low density lipoprotein (LDL) , fenugreek helps to  reduce cholesterol level..

Diabetic must and should include the fenugreek in there diet list as it helps to control the blood sugar level..

early morning drinking soaked fenugreek seeds water on an empty stomach and even by chewing those seeds can help you to reduce your weight and sugar level to … a good to add in the weight loos chart.. and this even helps to work for a good digestion ..2. Turmeric is a well known medicine as we all know, and its just not used for cooking , but it is used in many ways apart  from cooking.. its one of the well-known herbs , which is a main ingredient  related to health…

It decreases the cancer risk  , burns the bad cholesterol and helps in maintain your diet and not let you go fat… applied on a cut wounds can heal quickly by applying turmeric on it…

Turmeric is good for skin which can make your skin fair and give a good glow… and even helps in protecting  your skin from any skin infections..

The intake of turmeric mixed with milk can prevent you from cold , cough and fever too … the best medicine for the kids…

                    Sometimes some simple things in our kitchen can do wonders for our daily life!!

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  1. Laxmi says:

    Nice aromatic ghee, and explanation of benefits of methi and turmeric. Keep posting

    1. Tysm will try my best

  2. Wow this is just too good Simmi. Thanks 🙂
    #BlogAMile #OpenNTalk

    1. Tysm Zainab

  3. Oh, I got late. Just today morning I made ghee. I prepare the same way you said but without cardamom and fenugreek seeds. Will try this next time for sure.

    – Anami from #InvincibleGang for #OpenNTalk #Week3

    1. yes next time sure do try 🙂

  4. Wonderful article! Wonderful tips! I am surely going to try some of these . I want to know how can I solve problem of dark circles . Do share some tips in your next article

    1. tysm amna 🙂 yes will sure try to come up on tht also..

  5. I didnt even know that ghee can be fat free! #OpeNTalk #BloggerBabes

    1. yes it is 🙂

  6. Thanks for sharing this.. I am going to try it at home. My mom use to make ghee but never added methi & turmeric to it. #NISSATalks

  7. WOW!!! I am so thankful!! Thanks for sharing this. I am sure most people have no idea about it. Lots of Love from #BloggerBabes #OpenNTalk

    1. my pleasure and ty 🙂

  8. Shilpa says:

    As it is told from ancient times that consuming pure ghee gives good health benefits
    This post states something more innovative ND also enhances much more benifits from home made ghee
    Thank u

    1. tysm shill 🙂

  9. Very nice post. I come to know some new facts about ghee. I also have Kamdhenu cow in my Pooja Ghar.
    #openntalk #crossbordersisters

    1. great, tysm 🙂

  10. Wow, I never knew it was this easy to make fat free ghee. I’m gonna try this as I always eat the milk cream so keeping aside for a week is a task :p
    #OpenNTalk #InvincibleGang

    1. you can store it in fridge thts all do try it 🙂

  11. What a wonderful post! Ghee can be fat free. I and my family live ghee in every part of food. Gujarati family can’t eat without Ghee. I will try this out. And yes fenugreek seeds and turmeric benefits mentioned are just perfect. #jamss2018 #OpenNTalk

    1. tysm 🙂 yes I knw tht the gujus and jains are incomplete without ghee for there cooking and using it in food they eat 🙂

  12. Fenugreek to ghee?? I’ve never had this combination before. I’m going to try this out!
    Thank you for the suggestion

    #CrossBorderSisters #OpenNTalk

    1. my pleasure yes plz do try one of the best way for a good health 🙂

  13. I prepare ghee at home but with a different method. I will try this next time. Looks good.
    #Bloggingdivas #OpenNtalk

    1. tysm yes dear do try it 🙂

  14. Thats quite an innovative one- was surprised to hear of fat free ghee. #BloggerBabes #OpenNTalk

    1. yes a fat free ghee.. do try it 🙂

  15. I prepare ghee the same way but never added the other ingredients as halfi, cardamom and all. Will try and feel the aroma. #InvincibleGang

    1. yaa u can add for new taste 🙂

  16. now that’s something very different and new I have read today. I know methi and haldi are good, but didn’t know they could be incorporated like this.

    > Princy from #InvincibleGang for #OpenNTalk #Week3

    1. yes thy work wonders together 🙂

  17. Ancient method of preparing and storing ghee . I follow this too but without turmeric methi. Great tip that was.
    I think the word is “sacred” instead of “scared” do check it up.

    1. yes ur right 🙂 tysm for correction…

  18. I had no idea Ghee could be Fat Free! Will be using your tips and recipe to prepare my next batch.
    Thanks for sharing!

    1. tysm..yes plz go for it 🙂

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  20. Interesting… but how does adding turmeric, fenugreek, and cardamom make ghee ‘fat-free’? 🙂 By the way, I’d have appreciated had you also given the quantities of the all the ingredients.

    Arvind Passey

    #NISSATalks #OpenNTalk

    1. as we knw by adding methi and turmeric it gets well cooked with ghee and both of them leave they aroma in ghee.. by this the get gets fat free… preparing ghee is as per one need.. depending on the quantity we use.. but yes I ve give the quantity u can check.. but still I can share here… i have used methi 2tbsp , cardamom 2, and turmeric half tblsp..

  21. I’ve grown up watching my mother make ghee from milk malai. This fat free version is new for me though. Is it because of methi dana?
    #OpenNTalk #BloggerBabes

    1. yes it is coz of methi 🙂

  22. Ghee for hair? Never heard of before. But will try now.
    #OpenNTalk #CrossBorderSisters

    1. yes plz doo…

  23. Wow..introduced me to two different types of Ghee at home. I prepare clarified ghee after washing ghee with water for nearly 50-60 times though Ayurveda insists hundred times and use for my skin care regime.
    Will try to incorporate these in my regimen. Thanks for sharing useful info.
    #BlogAMile #OpenNTalk

    1. tysm , my pleasure..

  24. Aromatic ghee to add flavour to food and life



    1. tysm 🙂

  25. OMG..I didn’t know that even ghee can also be FAT-Free…. Very nice blog and to be precise, it is very informative.. Loved it.. #BloggingDivas #OpenNTalk

    1. tysm samidha 🙂

  26. I knew the benefits of methi and haldi but this method of preparing ghee was new to me. FAT-free ghee really sounds motivating to prepare at home. #CrossBorderSisters #OpenNTalk

    1. tysm 🙂

  27. I do make ghee at home but never knew that we can use fenugreek and turmeric into it. Will try next time. #jamss2018 #OpenNTalk

    1. sure do try 🙂

  28. My mom makes ghee at home in the similar manner.. Our milk consumption is not sufficient to meet our ghee requirements so I do have to depend on store bought ghee too… Loved the post and the tips here #OpenNTalk #Bloggingdivas

    1. tysm 🙂

  29. I prepare ghee every week – but didnt know these valuable tips – will surely try them in my kitchen. Thank you! #RoarWillRock

    1. tysm do try 🙂

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