Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Homemade Candied Ginger | Crystallized Ginger


Ginger is considered a warming and spicy flavored herb. The warming nature of ginger is reflected in the fact that ginger can be used against various illnesses caused by cold. Ginger is also used in cases of food poisoning and nausea, poor digestion, diarrhea, lack of appetite, hand and feet feel cold. You can have a fresh small piece of ginger, if you have any above mentioned illness. Some people (like me) doesn't like the raw taste of ginger. So, here is the solution.
Candied gingers are tastes amazing and it is the best to cure nausea, travelling sickness, cold and sore throat. 
This is the simplest and best medicine for sore throat, nausea, cold, good digestion, giddiness, sinus problem, especially good for 1st trimester morning sickness. These are very simple to make. I hope this post will help you all to get rid of those illness.

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Ingredients

Ginger (you 'll need 1 cup sliced ginger)
1/2 cup of Sugar 
Water

Method


Homemade Candied Ginger

Peel ginger and slice it into 1/8 inch thickness.

Place a quart of pan with some water and add the sliced ginger into it

Bring it to boil and cook until it turns to crisp and tender

Transfer the ginger to colander to drain and reserve 1/4 cup of water.


Homemade Candied Ginger

Return the ginger and water to the pan. Add sugar in it and give a stir.

set the flame over medium high heat. bring it to boil. 

now reduce the flame to medium and cook, stirring frequently until the sugar syrup looks dry and begins to recrystallize. It 'll take almost 15 to 20 minutes.

Transfer the glossy ginger immediately to the cooling rack and spread to separate the individual pieces. 

once it completely cool, store it in air tight container up to 2 weeks.



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