National Ginger Paste contains freshly ground ginger paste with a bit of oil. One tablespoon is equivalent to a 1-inch long piece of ginger. So, what are you waiting for? Take home this ginger paste and reward yourself with a great tasting dish for your family and loved ones.
National Ginger Paste can do wonders to your gravies because of its strong and distinctive aroma. Add it to your cuisine at the same stage of cooking as you normally use fresh ginger. A thick and grainy texture ensures your curry with a delightful feel and taste. This ginger puree delivers an extent of health benefits with minimal effort.
The ginger paste can help boosts your immune system. It also helps your body fight diseases and infections like the flu. The anti-inflammatory properties of ginger help reduce diarrhea, and stomach ache. The health benefits of ginger help prevent constipation. Thanks to the health benefits of ginger, it reduces the buildup of plaque, thus helping lower cholesterol. Ginger extract can inhibit the growth of many different types of bacteria. It also helps prevent infections.
Next time your gingerbread recipe calls for fresh ginger or you want to add some to cookies, replace fresh ginger with easy-to-use ginger paste. The ever-popular Moscow Mule, a cocktail made with vodka and ginger beer, uses ginger paste. If you want a spicy, flavorful soup add the ginger paste toward the end of cooking and stir well to incorporate and if you want a mellow ginger flavor and aroma, add ginger paste early on in the cooking process, like just after sauteeing vegetables. Nowadays, sweet foods in Western cuisines such as ginger biscuits, ginger ale and ginger cake include Ginger paste.
It is a good choice to store the ginger paste in an air-tight container preferably glass. It will keep the ginger paste fresh for at least 1-2 weeks.