Did your ghee melt? That can happen, especially in the warm summer months.
Good news – it’s not a problem! Read on to learn more and find out how to bring it back to a solid.
Why Ghee Melts
Although ghee doesn’t need to be refrigerated, it hates the heat and will melt down to oil, like coconut oil does.
When you order ghee from the Simply Ghee Shop during the hot summer months, please keep in mind that your ghee may be melted upon arrival due to 2-3 days in transit during temps 80+ degrees Fahrenheit.
This melting does not affect the integrity of our ghee!
It only takes the ghee to an oil stage.
5 Steps to Solidify Your Ghee
Want to bring your ghee back to a solid? Follow these steps exactly to re-solidify it.
- Preheat oven to 250F.
- Remove the plastic seal or tamper and then place the lidded jar of ghee on a baking sheet.
- Keep in oven 20-30 minutes or till fully melted to oil.
- Place on a cooling rack for 1 hour.
- Put in fridge for a few hours to completely solidify.