Garlic Ghee is the Perfect Addition to Any Garlic Lover's Kitchen
There is nothing quite like garlic Indian ghee from Pure Indian Foods. The flavor is mouth-watering, but not too overpowering – the perfect combination for the perfect dish. Use organic garlic ghee over grilled steak or seafood, to sauté spinach, and even over pasta. Let your imagination be your guide!
How to use Garlic Ghee
- Melt a tsp Garlic Ghee over hot grilled steak.
- Stir Garlic ghee into any creamy soup such as chowder or bisque.
- Saute spinach in Garlic Ghee.
- Try Garlic Ghee melted over pasta.
- Use melted Garlic Ghee to spread on French Baguette to make the best garlic bread EVER!
- Fry onions in Garlic Ghee.
- Baste a roasting chicken with Garlic Ghee, salt, pepper and herbs.
- Stir Garlic Ghee into mashed potatoes or melt over green beans.
- Saute lamb chops in Garlic Ghee with fresh rosemary.
- Make tomato basil soup; stir in a spoonful of Garlic Ghee.
- Stir freshly roasted nuts with Garlic Ghee, salt, cayenne pepper, and onion powder.
- Brush hamburger patties with Garlic Ghee while grilling.
Are you a POTATO LOVER? Hash browns made with @pureindianfoods Garlic Ghee are LIFE! . Whether you consider the potato to be “Paleo” or not (and my thoughts are…who cares 😜) they’re delicious, affordable, a great vehicle for healthy fats like ghee, and filling…(and I’m pretty sure EVERYONE loves a good hash brown.) . So, GARLIC GHEE! Find it here http://realfoodliz.com/garlicghee or via my IG profile link. If you hate cleaning the mincer as much as I do, it’s pr’much amazing to have that garlic flavor and aroma already captured in this healthy, traditional fat. Saves time and effort! I use PIF products daily, and this is one of my faves. . (Pure Indian Foods has LOTS of flavored ghee, but this has been one of my favorites since I discovered their products over 5 years ago!) . The best thing about hash browns is that they’re basically lightly burned, er, browned potatoes ;) which I can handle. You just: . 1. shred them… 2. soak them in water to remove the starch, drain, repeat… 3. squeeze the excess water out with a nut milk bag 4. add ghee to the pan 5. add potatoes to the ghee, cook, flip, cook! . Hard to mess up, even for me! . I HIGHLY recommend getting yourself a salad shooter or similar tool to shred potatoes for you. Because, laziness. . @PureIndianFoods is a Real Food Liz sponsor (yay)! #sponsored #ad #liztalksfood 📷: @realfoodliz #garlicghee
I totally spaced on my therapist appointment today 😭 and my daughter is threenager-ing HARD. I hope this nutrient-dense breakfast of avocado, @vitalchoice wild Oregon “tiny pink shrimp” and greens cooked in @pureindianfoods garlic ghee helps me buck up and handle the day! How many hours until bedtime? 😴