Flavor has a slight hint of fennel and is subtly reminiscent of licorice with just a touch of cardamom and saffron.
How to use Indian Dessert Ghee
- Stir nuts in melted Indian Dessert Ghee then roast in oven until toasted.
- Spread Indian Dessert Ghee on toast.
- Replace oil with melted Indian Dessert Ghee in banana or date nut bread recipe.
- Top hot biscuits with Indian Dessert Ghee and honey. According to Ayurveda, ghee and honey shouldn't be mixed in equal quantity by weight. Since honey is a lot heavier than ghee, it is fine to mix them in equal parts by volume (for example, mix one teaspoon of ghee with one teaspoon of honey).
- Make healthy chocolate candy: Melt a bar of dark chocolate, stir in a tablespoon of Indian Dessert Ghee, some dried blueberries, cranberries, and cherries and some unsweetened flaked coconut. Spoon into lightly oiled ice cube trays and freeze until firm.
- Stir a tsp of Indian Dessert ghee into hot cooked cream of wheat; add toasted cashews and pecans and a just a bit of natural raw sugar.
- Fry potatoes, sweet potatoes, or cubes of butternut squash in Indian Dessert Ghee.
- Stir a spoonful of Indian Dessert Ghee into hot rice pudding, tapioca or chocolate pudding.
- Saute pistachio nuts, slivered almonds and raisins in Indian Dessert Ghee. Serve over hot cereal, or over pudding, custard, or ice cream.
- Spread Indian Dessert Ghee over pear halves. Drizzle with maple syrup and bake until tender.
- Saute bananas with a touch of brown sugar or coconut palm sugar in Indian Dessert Ghee; enjoy for breakfast on toast with almond or peanut butter, or over frozen yogurt or ice cream.
- Saute finely chopped pears, apples, figs and walnuts in Indian Dessert Ghee. Serve over brie cheese or as a topping to cottage or ricotta cheese.