Sunday, 10 April 2016

DIY LOUNGE : Homemade Ghee for Natural hair

Ingredients
Unsalted butter



Tools
spoon to stir
Pot
Knife
Container ( to store)
Handkerchief / cheese clothe
Sieve

Prep time : 20 minutes
Amount spent : 750
               
                DIRECTION ::::::
STEP 1
  Cut your butter into cubes ( this helps it melt easily and evenly)




STEP 2
  Pour into a pot, set on medium heat and leave to melt.





STEP 3
   After the butter must have melted, you would notice foam would start to form on the surface.



STEP 4
     Reduce the heat to the lowest you can and leave it to simmer.

STEP 5
    After a minute or two , you will notice that the foams will be replaced with bubbles, revealing a
golden liquid below and reddish particles around and beneath your pot.



STEP 6
    As the bubbles get bigger, you notice foams starts to form the second time.
STEP 7
    Once the second foam forms, turn of your burner and let the substance cool.
STEP 8
     Cover your sieve with and handkerchief and put your sieve over your container.


STEP 9
     Pour the golden liquid over the sieve and your ghee is ready for use.




                     




NOTE :
  - make sure you use an iron sieve
  - you can filter a second time if you are not satisfied with the first.
  - store in a refrigerator ( it can stay for months if stored properly)
  - the reddish brown stuff that's left on your cheese cloth / handkerchief should be discarded.
  - remember to stir from time to time if you are not using a non stick pot.
 


There you have it ! I hope you enjoy making yours like I did and did I mention that it smells DIVINE... The whole house smelt "delicious".






Your questions and feedback
Are highly appreciated
See you in the comment section.

11 comments :

  1. Bukky has come again oooooooooo. I would stroll back to this post later . Butter on my hair. Ha

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    1. Lol...I guess it will be in liquid form during application to you hair.

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  2. Ghee is made from butter? Really? This seems easy enough to try.

    Berry Dakara Blog

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  3. Finally...The post we have been waiting for.

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  4. Is it not the same mai shanu the fulanis sell? Cos that's the one I use.

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  5. I thought Ghee was a naturally produced material. Never knew it could be made.

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