Clarified butter can be used for many things. One of the top uses is as a seafood dipping sauce (check out our Lobster Recipe), but it can also be used as a staple in the kitchen. Since the milk solids and water have been removed, via the clarifying process, it can be used at a high heat without burning, unlike regular butter. Clarified butter is ideally used for frying or sautéing, it can also be used in place of oil to give a more rich and buttery flavor to your dish. If cooled and stored properly clarified butter (also known as Ghee) can last for several weeks in the fridge and can even be frozen for further use.