Ginger is a tasty, tropical, aromatic spice
traditionally used in Indian and Asian cooking. Today it is widely used as
a partner for meat, poultry and fish, as well as soups and stir-fries.
What’s more, it is the ultimate ingredient for gingerbread
Introduced to England pre-1066, ginger was historically used mainly as
a baking spice. Ginger has a sweet aroma and a hot, biting flavour with
lemony notes. It is ideal used in baking.
In the past, ginger has been used
traditionally for travel sickness; the value of Ginger as an aphrodisiac
has also widely been suggested. Today, research suggests ginger may help
digestion and circulation.
Foil Fresh seal for extra flavour
- Add to cakes, biscuits and sponge puddings to give a warm sweet flavour.
- For aromatic Oriental stir fries, mix with soy sauce and a little rice wine or sherry.
- Delicious with carrots, sweet potato and squash.Glaze grilled chicken with a little Ground Ginger, honey and oil
- Sprinkle into fruit juices or smoothies for an added kick
Recipes using Ginger Ground