Cidrani Coco-Ghee 210 ml
Cidrani Coco-Ghee is a unique ultra-rich blend of extra virgin coconut oil and clarified butter – ghee. This delicious fusion is a cooking-friendly fat because it has a generously high smoke-point of 485 degrees Fahrenheit (252 °C), making it pretty much ideal oil to use while preparing your favourite healthy meals. It is a perfect solution for frying or roasting. Its naturally rich, buttery taste works wonders at enhancing your foods and drinks: add it to your coffee, smoothie, matcha latte or oatmeal.
Cidrani Coco-Ghee is a great source of vitamins A, D, E and K2, and omega-3 and omega-9. Ghee and coconut oil is prized for thousands of years for their anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, digestive and therapeutic properties. Ghee has played a key role in Ayurveda for centuries, which prescribes it as a cooling food. The fatty acids in coconut oil can encourage your body to burn fat, and they may provide quick energy to your body and brain. Cidrani Coco-Ghee is perfect for lactose intolerant people because hardly any of the butter's lactose or casein remains. With its rich depth of flavour, Cidrani Coco-Ghee is great for low-carb, paleo and keto diet, as well as for everyone who knows how to enjoy real nutritive food.
BENEFITS | Cidrani Coco-Ghee can help:
- improve your digestive system
- boost your energy and increase endurance
- improve brain and memory function
Extra virgin coconut oil* 60%, ghee – clarified butter* 40% (* from organic farming).
This nutty, rich, golden clarified butter enriched with coconut oil can be used instead of butter, frying and other high-heat cooking. Use the ghee as you would use any fat: roast vegetables with it; slather it onto the meat to baste; fry eggs with it.
You can even stir it into your coffee or matcha (for that trendy "bulletproof" approach) or your morning porridge. Refrigerate your ghee if you like, but it's not a requirement and will keep at room temperature; it will solidify in the fridge but melt at room temperature or when heated.
Recommended serving size is 1 tbsp.
In recent years, ghee has become a global phenomenon, trending as a "superfood" and beloved by followers of the popular Keto diet. But its history – real and legendary – is long. For thousands of years, ghee has been featured in Indian recipes and Hindu mythology, which attributes its origins to the divine.
The story goes that Prajapati, lord of the creatures, rubbed his hands together to create the first ghee, which he then poured into flames to create his offspring. As a result, ghee is poured into sacred fires by Hindus to this day, a practice thought to be auspicious for marriages, funerals and other ceremonies. Ancient Sanskrit literature describes ghee as fit for the gods.