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Friday, October 17, 2014

Candied Ginger

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Just like sweets and namkeen (savory) snacks are in demand for festivals, mouth freshener which we call, it mukhwas, is also very much needed after having too many sweets or salty or even regular dinner. I just love mukhwas, after diner,  mouth freshner, be it Indian or any other. Just love to munch on it.   Sometimes we think that some items are very hard to cook or make but when we do it , it's like piece of cake. If its not came out perfect crystalised ginger then  I should have make pickle out of it and use it but didn't have to do that because this comes out beautiful. Once this batch is done , have to make another. I got very nice ginger this time and really wanted to use it different form and this is a perfect way to use it.  so here it is

Ingredients :

1 cup peeled and thinly sliced ginger
3 cups water
1 cup sugar
1 tbsp. sugar extra to coat

Method:

In a big pan, bring water to boil.
Add the ginger and sugar and cover the pan.
Simmer it for five minutes.
Remove from heat and let it sit in the water for 30 minutes.
Heat the oven to 200 F.
Place the ginger slices in pan. Keep it in the oven till ginger is almost dry but still chewy.
let it cool.
If you like sprinkle the sugar on ginger so it coats.
Enjoy it as it is or in desserts.
You don't need to use sugar, you can use sugar substitute also.
Inspired from here.




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22 comments:

  1. This is really useful! will try it out with a sugar substitute- thanks so much; i love to use this in baking...

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    1. Thanks, please let me know how it turn out.

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  2. very nice. This is my father's fav. He usually buys it from nearby store. Now I can tell him how to make it. thanks for sharing.

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    1. You going to make it for him? Well that's very good of you.Let me know the outcome.

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  3. Ginger is good for digestion...very easy to make mukhwas..nice post.. I am back on blogging please visit my place too...

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  4. Ginger candid looks delicious. will try

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  5. Piece of cake is not easy for me to make, so I reserve my comment. That said, I definitely agree that the candid ginger can be easily replicated. Much loved as a mouth refreshener and to munch over.

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    1. I was thinking of that too, its not for me too, but it was figure of speech, I guess.

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  6. I love ginger t this time of the year.

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  7. I like it in thin strips .. will try out.

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  8. wow Linsy those candied gingerpieces looks awesome.

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  9. Love these and I like how simple your recipe is to make!

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  10. lovely candid ginger Linsy, we don't get this readily here. I will surely try this recipe out as many cakes and cookies need candid or crystallized ginger. Thank you for linking this recipe to the Diwali event.

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  11. Home made is best and its a good well explained post...will try smetime

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  12. Very nice post.. I love to munch on this too.. Will try someday

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  13. Lovely Lincy, just now I got few from supermarket...Thanks for the recipe will try it soon :)

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  14. I love candied ginger in baking too. I've never made it from scratch though. Thank you for this excellent recipe and for sharing it with the Hearth and Soul hop! Pinned.

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