- a kind of liquid butter, used especially in the cooking of India, made from the milk of cows or buffaloes and clarified by boiling.
Origin of ghee
Examples from the Web for ghee
Contemporary Examples of ghee
You can also use sunflower oil or ghee, which is essentially clarified butter.Oil Pulling: Miracle Cure or Oily Mess?
March 28, 2014
Historical Examples of ghee
The milk that remains after the meals should be turned into ghee or clarified butter.The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana
The number of oil and ghee pots in use in the country is very large.Castes and Tribes of Southern India
It may be fruit, or brass pots, or ghee, or whatever else may be thought most acceptable.Tradition
John Francis Arundell
What stores of flour, and rice and ghee, and condiments were laid in!Tara
Philip Meadows Taylor
The servant then put some ghee on his tongue, and made him swallow it.Dealings With The Dead
A Sexton of the Old School
- butter, clarified by boiling, used in Indian cookery