Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Make Ghee in a rice cooker

Make Ghee in a rice cooker

Very easy recipe to make Ghee. You cant go wrong with this.
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1 pound

Add butter to rice cooker.
Once water is evaporated, the cooker switches to stay warm.
Leave it in stay warm till all water bubbles away and the ghee is clear like oil.

Principle of operation (basic rice cooker models)
from Wikipedia

During cooking, the rice/water mixture is heated at full power. 
The water reaches a temperature of 100 °C (212 °F); it cannot get 
hotter than its boiling point (all the energy goes into 
vaporizing the water). At the end of cooking there will be no 
free water left; most will have been absorbed by the rice, and 
some boiled off. As heating continues, the temperature can now 
rise above boiling point; this makes the thermostat trip. Some 
cookers switch to low-power "warming" mode, keeping the rice 
at a safe temperature of approximately 65 °C (150 °F);

As long as there is moisture in the butter, the rice cooker boils off 
the water. Once all the water is evaporated, the thermostat trips. 

continue at 65 °C to ensure all moisture is gone.

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