Ginger, from Brickaville Madagascar
Also Known as: Rhizoma Zingiberis, Az-zanjabil
Ginger is an essential condiment for your recipes with Asian or African flavors. Ginger is one of the few spices that can enrich the taste of both savory and mouth-watering sweet dishes.
Known for its fruity and floral aroma and powerful heat, this is a complex, flavorful ginger powder that will elevate baked goods, stews, curries, and beverages from hot drinks to cocktails.
Cultivated in the best conditions agro ecological of the country, the ginger from Madagascar is very appreciated for its flavors and is delivered to you directly "farm to fork".
What Does It Taste Like?
Ginger has a spicy, fragrant and slightly sweet flavor. The pungent aroma and sharp flavor make ginger great for teas and stir-fries. The root tends to have a fresher, brighter flavor, while the dried powder has more of a woody and earthy aroma.
How Is It Used?
Ginger slices is often used in stir-fries; however, its zesty taste is also delicious in beverages, baked goods, marinades and on fruit and vegetables. Ground ginger can simply be added at the appropriate step to the batter or the cooking pot to add to your favorite recipes that woody yet spicy flavor.
Ginger is the dried knobby shaped rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale. Cultivated in the best conditions agro ecological of the country, the ginger from Madagascar is very appreciated for its flavors and is delivered to you directly "farm to fork".
- Eases menstrual cramps.
- Lowers blood sugar.
- Lowers Cholesterol.
- Relives indigestion.
- Active compounds in ginger called gingerols keep oral bacteria from growing.
- Can treat many forms of nausea, especially morning sickness.
Ginger Root has various applications to include both sweet and savory cooking. It's an important ingredient in many spice blends such as Curry Powder. Ginger slices is usually used for tea making, while powder or in ground form is mainly used for cooking.
- Savory: Ginger Beef Stir Fry.
- Sweets: Caramel Gingerbread Cake with Brandy Butter, Ginger & Apple Kuchen, Sticky Ginger Pudding.
- Drinks: Gingerbread Caramel Milkshake, Gingerbread Latte, Ginger Tea.
To maximize the storage time, place your ginger in a freezer bag; press out most of the air and place it in your refrigerator.