You will need
1 ¼ cups of flour
½ tsp. of baking soda
½ (one stick) of butter
1 cup of brown sugar, or ½ of white sugar and ½ of brown sugar
½ tsp. of vanilla extract
For the preparation you just need to mix the butter and the sugar, then add the egg, after that you add the flour, the baking soda and de vanilla extract you mix it and is done.
Ghee, or clarified butter, can be kept for extended periods without refrigeration. Ghee has a slightly different taste than just normal butter, which is why I made it to use in the bread recipe. It also has a high smoke point, which makes it a good fat for frying.
It’s not known exactly when or how ghee was invented (or by whom), but it is mentioned in quite ancient Indian texts. For more info, check out this article on butter and ghee.
I followed the excellent tutorial written by Sala at Veggie Belly. However, I’ve included my own write up and photos below.
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