A fun drink to try a habanero-ginger syrup in is the Chadwick, a creation of Nacional 27 in Chicago. It is made much like the standard mojito recipe, adding 1/2 ounce of the spicy syrup and 1 ounce of pomegranate juice to the rum-mint mix. The fruit-spice combo is fantastic and should spur more ideas for your ginger syrup adventures.
Inspired by a delicious breakfast of ginger and cinnamon whole wheat pancakes served at a popular breakfast diner in San Francisco, we couldn't resist bringing a ginger-spiced syrup to market. Beyond spicing up morning fare, The Ginger People's Organic Ginger Syrup can run right into cocktail hour.
This ginger syrup can be used to flavor just about anything, but we love adding it to plain seltzer for homemade ginger ale. Source: Martha Stewart Living, July/August 1999
How to Make Ginger Syrup. Ginger Syrup is easy to make and versatile in use. You can mix it into club soda or seltzer and serve it cold as Ginger Ale, or serve it hot as tea. Make a simple syrup: Mix 1 cup sugar and 1 cup water in a...
Beyond spicing up morning fare, The Ginger People’s Organic Ginger Syrup can run right into cocktail hour. It’s great in gingertinis or as a flavoring in sparkling water to create a non-alcoholic beverage. Organic Ginger Syrup is also a flavorful cooking glaze. Try it over roasted carrots, chicken, pumpkin and yams.
Chinrose Champion Stem Ginger in Syrup, is Chinese ginger preserved in a sugar and water syrup. It has the consistency of a canned peach or pear, yet it still maintains the ginger tang. It can be eaten on its own or mixed with cream cheese, used in sauces, an ingredient in cooking, the options are endless. Country of Origin: China
To make ginger soda: Fill glasses 1/3rd full with syrup and add a generous squeeze of fresh lemon or lime juice. Fill the glasses with ice then top with sparkling water or tonic water (or a not-too-sweet citrus soda). Stir gently to mix the ingredients and garnish with a round of citrus or fresh mint.
To make a ginger flavored syrup you will need to buy some fresh ginger. You can usually find it in the produce section at your local grocery store. Even Walmart carries it. It looks like a big gnarly root. You don’t need a specific amount of ginger for the recipe. I used two pieces approximately the size of the palm of my hand for this recipe.
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