Yellow and White Butter: Yellow or White? Which butter is better for you, know today


Yellow and White Butter: To enhance the taste of potato paratha or naan, eating butter on top increases the taste of the mouth. Butter is an essential ingredient in our Indian kitchen and butter is used in a variety of dishes to make them creamy and delicious. You must have come across two types of butter – yellow and white, but do you know the difference between the two? Today in this article we will tell you which butter yellow or white is beneficial for health. People eat both types of butter, what is the difference between yellow and white butter?


Yellow butter
Yellow butter, also known as salted butter, is mostly eaten with toast. Due to the high amount of fat in it, the colour of butter is yellow. Adding salt to butter increases its shelf life and makes it last longer. Yellow butter is processed and contains a high amount of trans-fats which makes it high in calories as well. If consumed in excess, yellow butter can increase the sodium level of the body, which can cause problems for people with high cholesterol levels.

White butter
White butter, also known as Makhan, is a natural, unprocessed version of butter and contains healthy fats. It can be easily made at home with the help of sour cream. Buttermilk is a by-product that you get during the process of converting cream into butter. Buttermilk is extremely beneficial for your stomach and even helps in weight loss. After making white butter, it can be used to make ghee at home. Butter has a shorter shelf life as compared to yellow butter, but it can last longer if kept in the freezer.

Know which butter is better
While both white and yellow butter is safe to consume in moderation, if you eat butter daily, it is best to switch to white butter. The best thing about white butter is that it can be made at home and is free from any kind of chemicals, colours and salt. 1 tablespoon of white butter contains approximately 90 calories, while 1 teaspoon of yellow butter contains approximately 105 calories.


How to make white butter at home
Take 1 bowl of cream and put it in a blender jar.
Add 1 cup of cold water to the blender and blend it. Blending is best on pulse mode.
Now open the blender jar and take out the contents in a bowl.
You will see that the butter has separated and left a watery liquid.
Pour 1 more cup of cold water into the bowl and gently take out the pieces of butter from it.
Press the butter lightly and keep it in a bowl.
Let the white butter set in the fridge for 10-12 minutes and it is ready to eat.

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