Tagged: "ginger"

Used in everything from Chinese stir-fries and soups to Japanese sushi condiment, Ginger is one of the most common Asian ingredients.


Ginger Ginger root finds it origins in Asia and has a vital role in Asian cuisine. Similar to Turmeric in exterior, Ginger is a hard root with light to medium brown skin. Its flesh is typically a light golden brown color when at its peak
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A cousin to ginger and often mistaken for it, Galangal is also a root with a completely different flavor, more subtle but important in Southeast Asian food.


Galangal In the same family as the ginger root, Galangal is often confused with ginger or turmeric due to similar exteriors. Galangal features the lightest skin amongst the root family, though unlike ginger, it typically has darker, thin brown rings along its root. On the
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