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Is Ginger With Milk Good For You

October 8, 2017

Is Ginger With Milk Good For You

 

Useful in improving digestion and increasing absorption of food, ginger tea can bloating after eating too much. Ginger contains anti-inflammatory properties that make it an ideal home remedy for muscle and joint problems. In addition to drinkingginger tea, you can also use it to soak inflamed joints.

 

Ginger milk is raw ginger out of fresh roots, no additive, fresh extract from fresh roots. I love cooking with Ginger Milk because I have a ready to use product to flavor almost anything out of my kitchen. I did a homework to provide some of the exotic recipes that can be helpful to ginger lover.

According to Aromatic, pungent, and delightfully spicy, ginger enhances almost any recipe, from stir-fries to cookies, even beer or fruit salad. Available in fresh, dried, or ground forms, ginger comes from the root of the perennial herb Zingiber officinale and is available year round (Vespa, 2017). 

Fresh ginger is a great way to add fresh flavor to a variety of meals and recipes. the recipes on this post are adapted from Elise Bauer recipes.

 

Vespa, J (2017). Health Benefits of Ginger. Retrieved from  Health Benefits Of Ginger.

 

Carrot Ginger Soup

by Elise Bauer

 

3 Tbsp unsalted butter

1 1/2 pounds carrots (6-7 large carrots), peeled and sliced thin

2 cups chopped white or yellow onion

Salt

1 teaspoon of Ginger Milk

2 cups chicken stock or vegetable stock

2 cups water

3 large strips of zest from an orange

Chopped chives, parsley, dill or fennel for garnish

 

1 Sauté onions and carrots: Melt the butter in a soup pot over medium heat and cook the onions and carrot, stirring occasionally, until the onions soften, about 5 to 8 minutes. Do not let the onions or carrots brown. Sprinkle a teaspoon of salt over the carrots and onions as they cook

2 Add stock and water, ginger, and strips of orange zest. Bring to a simmer, cover, and cook until the carrots soften, about 20 minutes.

3 Remove the strips of orange zest and discard.

4 Purée soup: Working in small batches, pour the soup into a blender and purée until completely smooth. Only fill the blender bowl a third full with the hot liquid and keep one hand pressing down on the cap of the blender to keep it from popping off.

Add more salt to taste.  (You will need more salt if you are using homemade unsalted stock or unsalted butter.)

Garnish with chopped chives, parsley, or fennel fronds

 

 

 

Broccoli Stir Fry with Ginger and Sesame

 

by Elise Bauer

 

1 Tbsp sesame seeds

1/2 cup chicken or vegetable stock (use vegetable stock for vegan option)

1 Tbsp soy sauce (use gluten-free soy sauce for gluten-free option)

1 Tbsp dark sesame oil

Peanut, canola, or grapeseed oil, or some other high smoke-point cooking oil

1 pound broccoli florets, rinsed, patted dry, cut into bite-sized pieces

2 cloves of garlic, minced (about 1 Tbsp)

1 Tbsp of Ginger Milk

 

1 Toast the sesame seeds: Toast the sesame seeds by first heating a small, stick-free sauté pan on medium high heat. Add the sesame seeds and jiggle the pan so they spread out in a single layer.

Let them cook until lightly browned, stirring occasionally, about 2-3 minutes. Do not walk away from them while cooking, as once they start to brown they can easily burn. Once lightly toasted remove from heat and put into a small bowl.

2 Mix stock, soy sauce, sesame oil: Mix the stock, soy sauce, and dark sesame oil together in a small bowl, set aside.

3 Sauté the broccoli, garlic, ginger: Heat 1 Tbsp of peanut oil (or canola or other high smoke point oil) in a large, cover-able sauté pan on medium high heat. Add the broccoli florets, stir to coat the florets with the oil, Sauté for about a minute.

Clear a space in the middle of the broccoli and add a tea spoon of Ginger Milk and garlic. Add a little more oil to the ginger and garlic (about a teaspoon) and saute for half a minute, stirring just the garlic and ginger, until fragrant. Then stir the garlic and ginger in with the broccoli.

4 Add the stock soy mixture and simmer: Add the stock soy sesame oil mixture to the pan. Bring to a simmer, reduce the heat and cover. Let cook for 2-3 minutes, until broccoli is still firm, but can be pierced with a fork. Remove from heat.

Remove broccoli with a slotted spoon to a bowl. Return pan to heat, increase heat to high and boil down the liquid until just a couple tablespoons remain.

Turn off heat, return broccoli to the pan, add the toasted sesame seeds, toss with the liquid. Put into a serving bowl.

 

I think now your all confusion is clear about Is ginger with milk good for you?

 

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