How To Puree Ginger
Ginger root can be easily pureed and stored in the refrigerator. They can be frozen too and used for as long as a month. The puree can be used to add flavor to a number of gravies, soups, curries, and even desserts. Read on for steps to make ginger puree…
Principle behind Ginger Puree
Ginger root can be directly blended to make a paste that can be added to gravies, soups, stews, curries etc. This form of the spice is the easiest to use.
Steps to Puree Ginger
- Buy good quality ginger root from market.
- Peel ginger and wash it very well under cold water to get rid of all dirt and mud that can be sticking on.
- Chop ginger into fine pieces.
- Transfer ginger into a blender container and process for about 5 to 6 minutes to get a smooth paste.
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Ginger is mostly pureed with garlic and onion to make a thick paste. This paste is used very often in Asian and Indian cuisine. Ginger puree can be added to dough to make ginger cookies and breads. A spoonful of ginger puree and some honey when added to lemonade can make an excellent drink. Learn to puree ginger and enjoy this spice in all its best tastes.
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