Swad Ghee - 16 oz. (473ml)
Swad Ghee is the Best Taste in Town. Ghee is a class of clarified butter that originated in South Asia and is commonly used in South Asian (Indian, Bangladeshi, Nepali and Pakistani) cuisine. A good quality ghee adds a great aroma, flavor and taste to the food.Ghee can be great assets for people who are on low fat diet since even a lower quantity of ghee can add lot of flavor to the food than any other oil or fat products. According to the ancient Ayurveda, a moderate amount of ghee is the best cooking oil. Traditionally, ghee is made from from butter churned out of Indian yogurt (curd). It is boiled and constantly stirred until the all the water is evaporated. Then, further heated to get a pleasant flavor, slightly cooled and filtered through muslin to remove sediment.
At Swad, they’re committed to developing a deeper appreciation for the Indian heritage and culture that is the source of their line of delectable foods items. From their rich language to traditional customs, this review of the Indian cultural profile will educate you on what makes their ethnicity so special.
The meeting of souls is perhaps the most indicative revelation of the respect and admiration that ethnic Indians hold for one another. The joining of palms, the reverent bow, and the openness of minds and hearts to ideas old and new is what makes this culture unique.
India’s struggle and victory over British rule, breaking the chains of untouchability and illiteracy, and the creation of a true democracy are all indicators of the supreme spirit of the Indian people. Guests are treated as gods in one of the most ancient and living civilizations, dating back as far as 10,000 years.
These triumphs of strength and character are routinely exhibited in theirr culinary traditions as well. Guests are never left hungry. And as their financial means have improved throughout the years, the joys and blessings of the basic food items have never been forgotten. Swad continues this love of cooking and eating as they strive to provide the same healthy, satisfying meals that have served theirr people well across the annals of time.
The humble beginnings of Raja Foods originated as the procurement division for a large chain of Indian grocery stores. In early 1990, Raja experienced significant growth to the degree that we began our own company. Since that historic decision, Raja has grown into a 60,000 square foot warehouse with business surpassing the $30 million mark. We’ve been growing at a 25% annual rate since that time.
Raja imports food products such as rice, spices, and mango juice from such exotic locales such as England, Spain, India, Pakistan, China and Australia. These products are received in our warehouse in Skokie, Illinois and then distributed across the United States to such carriers as K-mart and Dominick’s grocery stores, Indian ethnic stores, and a collection of distributors and wholesalers.
The effectiveness of Raja’s distribution network has enabled us to use that network to sell our own brands, including Patel’s and SWAD. Companies experiencing this level of growth always have plans for the future, and Raja is no different. The future of Raja Foods is as bright as the Indian sun.
Use in place of butter for cooking, baking, or sautéing.
At SWAD they’re committed to developing a deeper appreciation for the Indian heritage and culture that is the source of their line of delectable foods items. From their rich language to traditional customs, this review of the Indian cultural profile will educate you on what makes their ethnicity so special.
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