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7 interesting ways to use ginger powder in your daily diet

7 interesting ways to use ginger powder in your daily diet

Whether you are brewing a hot cup of tea or looking to flavour up your curry, in all likelihood, you’ll find yourself reaching for ginger. The zesty spice vibes well with almost every kind of food, from savoury dishes to drinks to desserts. Outside the culinary world, ginger is well-regarded for its innumerable health benefits, ranging from relieving nausea and digestive woes to combating inflammation, boosting immunity, fighting cold and flu. <link the article to – Top 7 Benefits of Ginger>

Do you find it tiresome to peel and slice raw ginger? Luckily, there is an option to buy organic ginger powder. <Add a link to Good Lyfe Karbi Anglong Superoot Ginger Powder> It may be the quickest, easiest, and healthiest way to enjoy the goodness, aroma, and zesty flavour of ginger!

Let's learn some creative ways, from enjoyable beverages to exciting nibbles, to use the versatile ginger powder:

  • Add to Masala Chai

For tea lovers, adding the ginger powder to their hot brew is a must. It is a pairing that’s divine and meant to be. A pinch of ginger powder is enough to ensure a delectable, soothing cup of tea. Flavourful and healthy, ginger masala chai will pep you up and kickstart your day on the right note. You can try a healthier version with the Ginger Tulsi Masala Chai. <link to the Ginger Tulsi Masala Chai recipe>

Pro Tip: If you love the refreshing taste of ginger, increase the amount of ginger powder in your chai.

  •   Detox Wellness Drink

The combination of ginger, tulsi, lemon, and honey makes this detox recipe a potent therapeutic drink. Just add ginger powder, tulsi powder to some boiling water. Allow it to simmer for a few minutes. Add a drizzle of organic honey and a squeeze of lemon juice. Strain and drink warm. This concoction can do wonders to alleviate the symptoms of cough and the common cold. It can also offer added perks of promoting good digestive health and easing inflammation.

  • Add to Soups, Smoothies, and Juices

While it may be a done thing to add ginger to curries, infusing homemade vegetable and fruit juices and smoothies with the goodness of ginger can lend a flavourful twist. Just a dash of ginger powder can take your creations from boring to blissful. Ginger can make an excellent addition to freshly squeezed juice of apples, oranges, mango, strawberries, bananas, peaches, kale, carrots, and more.

Ginger works well with recipes made from pumpkin, lentils, sweet potatoes, and parsnips in soups. A bowl of ginger and carrots soup can be soul-satisfying and soothing.

  • Fizzy Ginger Ale

Nothing can quench your thirst on a hot summer day like a fizzy cold beverage. If you are craving to guzzle something bubbly, go for this fun drink.

Just add ginger powder to boiling water. Reduce the water considerably. Allow the mix to cool down completely. Add organic honey to taste. Pour it into a glass and top it with natural soda and ice cubes. Lemon blends fabulously with ginger. Squeeze some fresh lemon juice to enhance the taste. Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint leaves and a lemon wedge.

Relish this refreshing drink to beat the summer blues. It can serve as a great afternoon chill-out. It can also prove beneficial to ease out stomach issues.

  • Ginger Oatmeal Cookies

Make your snack time extra special with ginger oatmeal cookies. A healthy way to satiate your sweet tooth, it can be a great way to enjoy the abundant health benefits of ginger.

Just a tiny bit of ginger powder can add a delightful zing to the cookies to make them lip-smacking. Check out the recipe. <link to Ginger Oatmeal Cookies Recipe>

  • Add to Salad Dressings

You can prepare a flavoursome salad dressing featuring ginger powder to make your salads more tasteful. Take ginger powder, lemon juice, olive oil, organic honey, sea salt, black pepper and mix well. Drizzle the zesty dressing on your favourite greens or fruits and enjoy the bowl of good health.

  • Delicious Ginger Stir-fry Sauce

Not in the mood to cook an elaborate dinner? Quickly put together this stir-fry sauce and serve with veggies.

Combine soy sauce, vegetable broth, ginger powder, garlic, vinegar, organic honey, and sesame seed oil. Your tasty, tangy, slightly sweet sauce with delightful flavours of garlic and sesame is ready. Drizzle it generously on vegetables and meat of your choice or soak it into some rice to relish.

Ginger is one of the best superfoods you can incorporate into your daily diet. Try these easy recipes to reap the health benefits of ginger and share them with us. Log on to our website or tag us on our Insta page.

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