Ginger garlic pastes homemade gives my food an authentic and better taste. It produces a unique aroma and enhances the flavor of food that increases my appetite to eat.
I used to buy ginger garlic paste, but the taste can’t compare to my homemade paste.
I like the fact that I don’t have to worry about adding artificial additives and preservatives to my food. The ingredients I use are fresh and natural.
Instead of peeling and chopping every time you want to use them, why not blend them in a paste and scope whenever you need it. Doing so will save you time and money.
How to make Ginger Garlic paste from Scratch.
Ginger garlic pastes homemade is simple and easy to make. You may only have little difficulties peeling the garlic and the ginger, but once you master how to do it effectively and faster, you won’t repurchase ginger.
How to make homemade Ginger garlic paste.
Wash and dry your ginger and garlic then peel them. Use a spoon to peel the ginger. It is much faster, and you will not waste a lot of ginger flesh like when using a knife.
For the garlic, separate the cloves and put them in a glass jar. Cover the jar with a lid and shake vigorously for some minutes.
Chop the ginger and garlic into chunks then place them in a blender. Add salt, and some water then purees until smooth.
Keep in a clean airtight jar and refrigerate. This paste can last for one to two weeks. You can as well add turmeric extract to this paste if you want it to last longer.
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Benefits of Homemade ginger garlic paste
Ginger garlic paste is a very flavorful seasoning. Not only does it make your food delicious but, it adds nutrients to your food too.
Both ginger and garlic help lower cholesterol in the body which prevents the accumulation of fat around arteries. This can lower the risk of developing heart disease.
Both spices are sugar-free and have some anti-diabetic properties which may help lower blood glucose levels in the blood.
Ginger garlic paste is lower in calories hence will not add extra calories to your food.
These spices contain high amounts of antioxidants which can help boost your immunity.Print