Ginger is inseparable from the exotic cuisine; and rightly so. In many classic dishes like curries and Tom Kha Kai ginger is the flavor that gives the dish character. You can also use it very well in sweet dishes, such as a cake or desserts. It’s also good for marinating, because it makes meat more tender. As with galangal, ginger is not only delicious but also very healthy. It stimulates digestion and is a blood purifier. With a little mint and ginger you can make a delicious herbal tea which is also good for your intestines.

What is ginger?

Ginger is one of the most important ingredients of Asian cuisine. It is the root of the ginger plant. The citrus-like , fresh taste is very recognizable. If you combine it with garlic and pepper , you have a quick and easy base for a delicious curry or stir-fry .

Cooking with ginger:

Remove the skin and cut the ginger into thin slices or finely chop and grate it in your dish. This tuber is not only good for the taste, the proteins that it contains inside, make your meat more tender! If you have some left-over , you can put it in your tea for some extra flavor and help your digestion.

Is ginger healthy?

Ginger is good for your digestion and is a blood purifier because of the present antioxidants. It is a known remedy for nausea.

Storage:

In a bag in the refrigerator you can keep it easily for a week week , but you can just keep it a few days at room temperature. In the freezer it preserves for months.

In The Netherlands you can buy Belicious ginger at supermarkets and exotic groceries.



Belicious Digestion Blood Purifier Exotic Curries Remedy
Per 100 grams
Calories

80

Fats

0,75g

Carbohydrates

17,77g

Protein

1,82g