Top Rated Ghee Recipes

Bendanso Stu (Okra Stew)
Okra (aka "lady’s finger") is stewed gently in coconut milk and basic spices — resulting in a curry that is delicately flavored. Do note that the flavor of coconut milk is very dominant here. This curry teams up very well with fried fish and white rice. I am sure it will taste great with brown (or red) boiled rice as well.
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Tricolor Pulao
Pulao is a traditional Indian rice dish served on both regular and special occasions. If preparing it for a national holiday (like Indian Independence Day on August 15), this orange, white, and green version will make a big splash and absolutely wow your guests.This recipe comes courtesy of EzyShine.com.
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4.5

Bison Rib-eye Steak with Porcini Mushrooms
Freshly picked porcini are the true stars of this dish. The bison steaks can be replaced with any New York strip loin, bone-in rib-eye, T-bone, or tenderloin steaks.This recipe is one of my favorite dinners to make on a camping trip: I bring along all the ingredients except for the mushrooms. If I am lucky enough to find them, dinner becomes a feast.Excerpted from Savor by Ilona Oppenheim (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2016. Photographs by Ilona Oppenheim.
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4.5

baked apples
Autumn calls for apple picking and why not put them to good use? Try making these baked apples to start your day off on the right foot. It may just feel like you are having a healthy dessert for breakfast!
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Meat options for this dish, beef Blade, beef Short ribs, veal or lamb shank, oxtail are all great alternatives.
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Jasmine Green Tea Shrimp
I was so excited to create this delicious dish, not only because I love cooking with tea, but because I used a new fabulous ingredient for this recipe, ghee. I thought this would be a delicious dish to incorporate delicious flavors of tea and ghee — a savory shrimp dish that is perfect for a lunch atop your salad or a dinner atop steamed wild rice.
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Slow-Cooker Chicken Verde
With only ten minutes to prep and five main ingredients, you will be surprised at the incredible flavors of this dish. Serve it over cauliflower rice and sautéed summer squash or a simple salad to complete the meal.Danielle Walker is the founder of AgainstAllGrain.com and bestselling cookbook author of Against All Grain and Meals Made Simple. Find more recipes at www.againstallgrain.com.
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Chicken with Fresh Fenugreek Leaves (Methi Murgh)
I'd like to share with you a recipe for methi chicken (chicken cooked with fresh fenugreek leaves). It's one of my dad's recipes which I absolutely love and is so simple to make. As long as you have fenugreek leaves and some chicken you will not have to run to the grocery store, I promise you that. So enjoy! Serve with naan or roti. See all chicken recipes.
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Lamb with Dried Fruits
When dates are being dried, they exude a thick, molasses-like syrup. The Iraqi cook adds some of this syrup when making this dish, but the addition of brown sugar gives a somewhat similar flavor. Click here to see The Definitive Guide to Middle Eastern Cooking.
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Layered Paratha
This layered Indian flatbread is delicious and so easy to make that you’ll find yourself going back to this recipe over and over again. It has a rich flavor thanks to the ghee (a type of clarified butter that is popular in Indian cuisine). Once you learn to make this pan-fried bread, take it to the next level by serving it with your favorite chutney.Recipe reprinted with permission from India: The Cookbook (c) Pushpesh Pant, courtesy of Phaidon.
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Persian Green Bean Stew
This recipe is from The Paleo Foodie Cookbook; click here for more information on the cookbook. Saute the aromatics in ghee, a clarified butter, and then finish the stew with a bit of lemon juice to brighten it all up. Click here for more green bean recipes
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Nalli Nihari
This whole dish was so melt-in-the-mouth and finger-licking good that we didn't need any side dish or accompaniment to the meal. I am also sure that we may have even overeaten if we didn't run out of parathas that day. By the way, this dish tastes just as fabulous with simple steamed rice. If you wish you can use ready made Nihari masala powder available in stores. However, I strongly believe that a freshly made blend will lend so much more aroma and flavor to your dish. And please don't ask me if you can make this with chicken — it would be, in my opinion, sacrilege! 
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