Organic Ghee Sampler Pack
Ghee is a cornerstone of Indian cooking that makes every dish truly authentic tasting. Indian ghee is a rich clarified butter that is often used as a substitute for vegetable oil. One of the many benefits of using ghee to cook with, beyond its amazing flavor, is that it can remain stable at higher temperatures.
Our organic, grass fed ghee sampler pack contains one jar of each of the following 6 flavors:
Digestive Ghee Ingredients: Grassfed Organic Ghee, Organic Cardamom, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Ginger.
Garlic Ghee Ingredients: Grassfed Organic Ghee, Organic Garlic.
Herbes de Provence Ghee Ingredients: Grassfed Organic Ghee, Organic Savory, Organic Thyme, Organic Rosemary, Organic Basil, Organic Tarragon, Organic Lavender Flowers.
Indian Dessert Ghee Ingredients: Grassfed Organic Ghee, Organic Fennel, Organic Cardamom, Organic Saffron.
Italian Ghee Ingredients: Grassfed Organic Ghee, Organic Oregano, Organic Rosemary, Organic Thyme.
Niter Kibbeh Ghee Ingredients: Grassfed Organic Ghee, Organic Cardamom, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Coriander, Organic Cumin, Organic Turmeric, Organic Nutmeg.
Give the Gift of an Indian Ghee Sampler Pack
Our Indian ghee sampler pack makes a great gift for any culinary enthusiast. The package includes everything you need to get cooking right away: description of each spiced ghee, benefits of the herbs and spices used, and recipes. Our grassfed ghee sampler pack is perfect for all chefs whether or not they cook organic foods exclusively.
If you have any questions about our ghee sampler pack give us a call at 1-877-LUV-GHEE (1-877-588-4433).
Is my ghee texture normal?
Ghee is primarily used as a cooking fat, or on top of warm foods and drinks. So no matter what the texture is, it melts into clear golden liquid in few seconds when heated. We can't guarantee a particular texture once the jar arrives. To do so, we would have to over-process the product and add fillers/stabilizers etc. and we can't, as we want to keep the product absolutely clean and all of our ghee is made traditionally, just as it has been for thousands of years in India.