What are the uses of ginger

You can grate the fresh ginger and add it at the end of the cooking time, but you can also cut it into thin slices or cubes and fry briefly. Ginger powder, like cinnamon, should be used very sparingly to temptingly season compotes, fruit salads or cookies. Here you will find a large selection of ginger recipes.

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