Benefits of white butter and how to make it at home

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In India, preparing makhan or white butter at home has been an age-old affair so much so that the traces of its history can be linked to Hindu mythology, wherein makhan was Lord Krishna’s favourite food.

No matter, how delicious and creamy yellow packaged butter seems, preparing homemade white butter without additives is always a great idea and the best part is that you can be sure of the quality of ingredients used.

What’s more, homemade white butter is packed with the goodness of milk proteins, saturated fats, vitamin D and A, which helps in boosting immunity and is good for bone health. In fact, adding a dash white butter can not only accentuate the taste of a dish, but at the same time it helps in giving your body the right dose of antioxidants and vitamin E, which improves digestion, metabolism and works miraculously for a healthy glowing skin.

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