Spiceworld Ginger, ground

Slightly sweet, fruity-warming & woodsy

  • Spicy-peppery
  • Excellent with seafood & fish
  • For applesauce, apple compote and baked goods
  • £7.40 (£9.25 / 100 g)
  • from 2 only £6.92 / Piece -6%

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Content: 80 g

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Item no.: SW-50122xD, Content: 80 g

EAN: 9120041254833

  • Spicy-peppery
  • Excellent with seafood & fish
  • For applesauce, apple compote and baked goods


Ginger grows in the tropics and subtropics and is cultivated mainly in Asia. The oldest known cultivation of ginger was in China. The most important part of the plant is the yellow-brown root that is used as a spice. The essential oils are responsible for the classic taste.

This exquisite ginger is peppery hot, and slightly sweet, with a fruity-warming note and a woody nuance. It also stands out with a refreshing lemony note. Its ingredients include essential oils, resin acids and neutral resin and gingerol, which is why it is called "Ginger". Ground ginger has a stronger taste than fresh ginger.

Ginger is one of the world's most versatile spices and is used in dishes from the classic ginger tea to fruity curry soups!
Ginger is indispensable for many Indian and Asian dishes as well for specialties from Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa.
Excellent for wok and curry dishes, fish, shellfish, seafood, soups and pasta dishes, for pumpkin stew or orange and carrot soup.
Japanese sushi is often served with pickled ginger. Ginger is also used in many chutneys, marinades, dressings, and sauces for meat, fish, vegetables or tofu.

Ginger is extremely sought after for curry, either as a soup or a dish that is enriched with fine sharpness of ginger. Ginger is also perfect for desserts: apple sauces and apple compotes, pastries, sorbets, mousses and gingerbread. Ginger also refines jams with apple, orange, quince, pear or rhubarb.

The English cuisine often uses ginger for dishes like ginger beer, ginger liqueur or ginger ale, a slightly spicy lemonade.
Fruity smoothies are also great with the addition of ginger. A Prosecco cider punch and natural lemonade or ice tea are also great with ginger.

Add ginger only towards the end of cooking. The flavor unfolds best if it is not cooked.

Uses: For Dips, Pestos and Marinades, For Stews, For Fish and Seafood, For Noodles and Pasta, For Soups, For Sweets and Desserts
Flavour: Spicy
Consistency : Ground
Free from: Flavour Enhancers, Artificial Flavours, Artificial Colours, Preservatives


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