Recipes with ginger
A hint of warmth in a ginger cake, a taste sensation in coconut soup or an unexpected addition to a summer salad with mango: The list of uses for ginger in the kitchen is almost unlimited. Or make a cup of ginger tea and spend some time discovering new recipes!
Peel the ginger before chopping or slicing it. Are you going to grate the ginger? In this case, there is no need to peel it. Ginger can be cooked or stir-fried, added to a salad or to oven dishes.
How to use ginger in the kitchen?
- In salads
- In the blender
Store fresh EAT ME ginger outside the fridge.
Nutrition values per 100 grams
Ginger contains a few important minerals, such as potassium and copper. Potassium is known to be good for the muscles, copper is known to promote the normal pigmentation of the hair and skin.
Where does ginger come from?
Ginger has traditionally been grown for centuries in China, but it is also grown in Thailand, Brazil and Peru. Ginger seeds are sown which develop into a reed-like plant. To protect them from the scorching sun, the plants are shaded with screens. After the harvest, ginger roots are left in cold stores for 1-2 months to allow the delicate skin to become firmer. Once the skin is dry enough, the roots are shipped to their destination.