Clarified Butter

By nicko, Feb 17, 2010 | |
  1. Butter that has had the milk solids and water removed from it. This is typically done by boiling the butter slowly and skimming the impurities of the top. After a period of time the butter becomes very clear it is then slowly poured off so as to leave the water at the bottom of the pot. The end result is a butter with a higher smoking point.

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