15-Minute Recipe for Homemade Gac Oil

Learn how to make pure Gac oil at home with a few simple steps, courtesy of XANH Electric. Dive into the article below for a detailed guide on producing your own Gac oil.

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Ingredients for Making Gac Oil

– Gac fruit

– Vegetable oil, coconut oil, or olive oil

– Pan with a thick bottom

How to Make Gac Oil

How to make gac oil

Pure gac oil is both fragrant and long-lasting, so when choosing gac fruit to make the oil, focus on selecting round, large fruits with red-orange skin, evenly bloomed thorns, and a heavy feel. To start making gac oil, cut a few fruits, remove the flesh, and discard the skin.

Gac flesh, you use your hands to remove the flesh from the seeds, then dry the flesh for about 3 hours for this surface to dry out.

Dry the gac flesh using your hands to remove the flesh from the seeds, and then let it dry for about 3 hours until the surface is dry.

Place the pan on the stove, put the dried gac flesh in, add the vegetable oil or coconut oil you prepared, simmer over low heat, stir occasionally to avoid burning. Cook until the gac flesh shrinks, then turn off the heat, let it cool, and use a large spoon to separate the oil from the shrunken gac flesh.

Place the pan on the stove, add the dried gac flesh, and pour in the prepared vegetable oil or coconut oil. Simmer over low heat, stirring occasionally to avoid burning. Cook until the gac flesh shrinks, then turn off the heat. Let it cool and use a large spoon to separate the oil from the shrunken gac flesh.

Pour the oil into glass jars and cover the lids to keep the gac oil fragrant and last longer.

Pour the oil into glass jars and cover the lids to keep the gac oil fragrant and last longer.

Refer to some kitchen appliances that help you make gac oil easier:

Making gac oil at home can save you time and give you a satisfying product. Why not give it a try? If you have any suggestions for improving the process of making gac oil, please leave a comment.

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