Butter Ghee 500g, Buy 1 get 1 free, Tesco in store and Tesco.com - HotUKDeals
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Butter Ghee 500g
Buy 1 Get 1 FREE - valid from 04/08/2009 until 15/09/2009 - add 2 for offer

Just visited tesco in-store and found this fantastic deal. Usually its more than £3 per 500gm.
(You will need to buy 2 boxes)
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banned#1
Is it ok for veggies?
1 Like #2
Yes absolutely. It is just a more purified butter. T
hey have taken out most of the milky ingredientsfrom the butter.
banned#3
macgyver11
Yes absolutely. It is just a more purified butter. T
hey have taken out most of the milky ingredientsfrom the butter.


Thanks have some rep!
banned#4
Asian Women love this stuff as I have just found out from my neighbour (it's not only for cooking)

LOL
#5
hi, do you know what brand this is? - thanks
#6
Even with the offer, it's still cheaper to clarify butter as you need it, especially as ghee tends to turn rancid quite quickly.
Personally, I don't bother with clarifying. I either just chuck in whole butter or simply use vegetable oil.
#7
Has health benefits too taken in moderation (allegedly)
#8
dealtime
hi, do you know what brand this is? - thanks


If it's the one they normally stock it's Plough, the one with the picture of a cow on a green/gold tin!
#9
This offer would go very well with this one from Tesco too:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/454270/elephant-atta-medium-chappati-flour/


Mmmmm...so many parathas!
#10
Paid nearly £5 a tin at my local asia store so this must be hot.
#11
Hello, ghee should keep unrefridgerated for at least a year. (Wikipedia)
#12
Baldieman64;5961726
Even with the offer, it's still cheaper to clarify butter as you need it, especially as ghee tends to turn rancid quite quickly.
Personally, I don't bother with clarifying. I either just chuck in whole butter or simply use vegetable oil.


I use tesco unsalted butter. Voting hot for the price.
#13
Which company is it? Tesco own label?
1 Like #14
http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Images/ExternalImages/ProductsDetailed/42/004742.jpg?ts=633812704040

Thats the one
#15
macgyver11
http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Images/ExternalImages/ProductsDetailed/42/004742.jpg?ts=633812704040

Thats the one


Thanks :thumbsup:
#16
macgyver11
http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Images/ExternalImages/ProductsDetailed/42/004742.jpg?ts=633812704040

Thats the one


Ethyl Butryrate? Sounds yummy :thumbsup:
#17
Love ghee in a curry but its disgracefully bad for you.
#18
superb deal, Tesco tomorrow for stock. Thanks OP
#19
Nice one. I use this a lot and usually pay £2.99 per 500g tin in my local asian shop.
#20
Bought these today, they were the KTC ones in our local tesco, thanks and heat added!

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