Before watching this video, we thought there was only one type of butter: The kind you buy in sticks or in plastic containers at the grocery store and toss into all your foods for extra flavor. But apparently butter is a much more complex foodstuff than we thought.
Check out this video to learn how to create clarified butter, which has a higher boiling point than regular butter. This means you can use it in a bunch more recipes.
Clarified butter, similar to ghee, is butter that has been rendered to separate the milk solids and water from the butterfat. The pure fat can withstand a higher smoke point during cooking.
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