Ginger - 500g
About the Product- Used in almost every dish, fresh ginger or adarak is excellent when added to make a steaming cup of chai on a winter day. Its medicinal value is undisputed, being most often used to fight colds.
Recipe- Ginger Tea
Thinly slice your fresh ginger. You don’t need to peel it first, but do rinse it and scrub off any visible dirt. Plan on about using about a one-inch piece of ginger per cup of tea.In a saucepan, combine the ginger with fresh water (use one cup of water per serving). Bring the mixture to a boil over high heat. Reduce the heat as necessary to maintain a gentle simmer. Simmer for five minutes (or up to 10 minutes, if you want extra-strong tea). I usually think it’s pungent enough at five minutes. Pour the tea through a fine sieve to catch all of the ginger. If desired, serve your tea with a thin round of lemon or orange for some complementary acidity. You might also appreciate a light drizzle of honey or maple syrup, which will temper the fiery ginger flavor.
- Improves digestion
- Relieving nausea
- Easing a cold or flu
- Reducing inflammation
- Supports cardiovascular health
- Lowers the risk of cancer
Storage- To retain freshness and flavor, store it in a refrigerator.