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Ginger in sugar


Ingredients for Cooking Ginger in Sugar

  1. Ginger Root 200 grams
  2. Sugar 200 grams
  3. Water 1.5 cups
  • Main ingredients
  • Serving 1 serving
  • World CuisineAsian, Oriental

Inventory:

Saucepan, kitchen knife, colander, foil, fork

Cooking ginger in sugar:

Step 1: Prepare Ginger.


We clean the root of the skin with a knife, somewhat reminiscent of peeling potatoes. After we cut the ginger into slices. You can make slices thin, you can large, taste will not affect the taste, but keep in mind that the more slices, the longer ginger needs to be cooked.

Put chopped ginger in a pan and pour over water. All slices should be submerged, so keep an eye on the water level during cooking. The process itself takes 40-60 minutes. Cook until ginger is soft. After we remove the pan from the gas and discard the boiled ginger in a colander. While the water drains, you can start making sugar syrup

Step 2: Cook the sugar syrup.


Making sugar syrup is very simple. Pour sugar into a saucepan with water and bring to a boil.

Step 3: Cook the ginger in the syrup.


Add boiled ginger to sugar syrup and continue to cook stirring for 20-30 minutes. Ginger should absorb sugar and become transparent, and the syrup thicken. After that, you can proceed to the next cooking step.

Step 4: Dry the ginger.


Gently take the slices of ginger from the syrup, it is best to use a fork, and roll each slice separately in sugar. Now our ginger has only to dry. To do this, put the pieces on the foil and let them cool down properly.

Step 5: Serve the ginger in the sugar.


That's all! Our wonderful dessert is ready. Serve it for tea, best for breakfast, the beneficial properties of ginger in sugar will help you and your family recharge your batteries for the whole day.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- From the remaining syrup, you can make ginger tea.

- For drying ginger, it is also possible to use an oven.

- To preserve the taste and properties of ginger in sugar for a long time, store it in a glass bowl, tightly closing the lid and away from sunlight.