This ground ginger is the dried root of the plant, meticulously ground to a fine powder, making it an ideal addition to various dishes and beverages. Originating from Nigeria, this ground ginger is a spice and a healthful addition to your pantry. It is low in sugar, high in fibre, and contains very low sodium, aligning with the health-conscious choices many individuals make today. The versatility of this product is truly remarkable. It is a popular ingredient in Asian cuisine, particularly in curries, where it adds a natural heat and depth of flavour. But the applications don't stop there. You can also use it to make herbal ginger tea by adding half a teaspoon to boiling water. Feel free to enhance the tea with lemon juice, mint, or liquorice for a personalised touch.
For those with a sweet tooth, ground ginger is a fantastic ingredient in baked goods. From gingerbread to scones and muffins, the spice lends a warm, spicy note that elevates the overall taste. It can also be sprinkled on hot breakfast cereals like porridge, adding a comforting warmth to start your day. Moreover, ground ginger can be incorporated into jam-making processes and in preparing marmalades, chutneys, pickles, sauces, and relishes. Its multifaceted nature makes it a must-have in any kitchen, professional or otherwise. Regarding nutritional content, the product boasts 340 Kcal of energy per 100g, 4g of fat, 72g of carbohydrates, and 8g of protein. It also contains a minimal salt content of 0.03g, making it a balanced choice for various dietary needs.
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Ginger is a very popular spice used in a variety of different cuisines around the world since ancient times. It is especially used as an ingredient in Asian cuisine and curries. Natural heat giving spice to liven up your food. Ideal herbal Ginger tea. Just add a 1/2 teaspoon to a mug of boiling water and leave to cool. Can add lemon juice, mint or liquorice, and any others you wish to try. When making your ginger tea you can use fresh or powder, for quickness and ease (ground) Nutritionally they are both the same Can be sprinkled on your hot breakfast cereals such as porridge to give a warm spicy flavour. Great as an ingredient for baking ginger bread, Parkin, large and small cakes, flapjacks, scones and muffins. Can be added to jam making, marmalades, chutneys, pickles, sauces and relishes.
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