Tuesday, 16 July 2013

How to make Ginger Garlic Paste at home



Homemade Ginger Garlic Paste
Homemade Ginger Garlic Paste
Ginger garlic paste is an essential for cooking; most of the recipes including Sri Lankan recipes require ginger garlic paste, specially recipes like chicken curry. Until recent, I used to grind this when it is needed for a recipe. But it takes time to grind it frequently for each recipe and thought of preparing it in a large amount. However I still prepare it in a small quantity which is enough for 1-2 weeks.


How to make and store ginger garlic paste
Preparing ginger garlic paste is easy & simple. But need to add some oil & turmeric powder to keep it for few days in a fridge without spoiling. Thanks to all foodies who shared homemade ginger garlic paste recipes over internet!
Few tips to keep in mind:
-Use an air tight container to store the Ginger Garlic Paste.
-When use it, use a separate dry spoon for it.
-Don’t add water as it will spoil the paste.
-Tightly close the lid after using as it has a strong flavor & can spread to other foods inside the fridge.
Ginger garlic paste recipe
Here is the recipe for Homemade Ginger Garlic Paste.
Ingredients
1 cup Garlic cloves
1 cup sliced Ginger
1 tspn oil
¼ tspn turmeric powder
Method
Remove skin of garlic & cut it into small pieces.
Remove the skin & slice ginger.
Blend/grind ginger, garlic,turmeric powder and oil together into a fine paste.
Ginger garlic paste is ready to use.
Store this in an air tight bottle.
Keep in a refrigerator.
This has a lifespan of 2-3 weeks inside a refrigerator or freeze it for more shelf life.
How to make ginger garlic paste at home


Do you make it at home or use store bought Ginger Garlic Paste? If make at home, are there any other tips to share with us?

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14 comments:

  1. This is a very useful post Amy,thx for sharing :)

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  2. That's quite an essential always !

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  3. I need it all the time, I mean its the essential for Indian dishes. I usually blend garlic and ginger separately and store in the freezer but will try out your version with turmeric.

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  4. Using turmeric makes it look delectable :) Very useful post!!

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  5. Perfect and time saving recipe

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  6. wow, totally loved its colour and texture:) Well done:)
    www.merrytummy.blogspot.com

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  7. This is super useful and I love these flavors so much. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  8. nice post dear..i add a few drops of vinegar too.

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  9. Just right, I always make the at home!

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  10. Good morning, Amlia!
    What a good idea to make this paste - it looks pretty easy, thanks for sharing!
    I'm stopping by from Friday Chaos Blog Hop and now following you on Google+.
    Hope you're having a great summer!
    - Ang
    Juggling Act Mama

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