Asian inspired Crispy Salmon with Ginger Soy Sauce.
Similar to carrot cake, but healthier- Parsnip, Pear, Ginger Cake.
Earthy butternut squash soup with ginger and roasted fennel seeds.
Delicious whole grains vegetable bowl with miso dressing is the perfect warm salad.
Indian spices and smoky char marks offset the sweetest of the squash in these fun party appetizers.
Sweet potato has such a mild flavor that it’s really providing the moisture and texture in these muffins, while all the spices give them a kick.
Fusion Juicer makes quick work of several salads-worth of vegetables, churning out a vibrant juice with a ginger kick.
If you can’t find yellow rock candy just use caster sugar and defrosted frozen prawns will work in place of fresh ones.
This slightly spicy chutney works well with fried fritters of all sorts or spread inside a gooey grilled cheese.
Bottle gourd cooks up pretty easily so if you don’t have a pressure cooker, sautéing in a saucepan should do the trick.
This delicious curry from the northwest region of India can be made with beef or lamb.
This comforting Northern Indian dish stays creamy but cuts the dairy by using to coconut milk.
Candied ginger – sweet treats and perfect for fighting viruses or for stomach pain.
This juice is full of autumnal flavors and packs a seriously nutritious punch as an excellent source of antioxidants, iron, and vitamin C.
Serve these as an appetizer or a main on the first day and toss leftovers with tomatoes, cilantro and onions to make a quick and fragrant stir-fry.
Try this sweet Malaysian dish made of green mung beans cooked with decadent, creamy coconut milk and palm sugar.
The robust entrée is simple to make and packs complex flavors thanks to the use of a slow cooker.
This quick and fuss free chicken curry is for garlic-lovers only, filled with robust garlic flavor.
This slightly-spicy soup is full of vibrant flavors that brighten a cold and rainy day.
This workhorse of a cake takes you from breakfast to dinner parties with a rustic sweetness that’s easy to love.
This is a subtle and sweet tea that pairs well with desserts and is just as good chilled as it is warm.
This Thai-style soup gets its luxurious texture from coconut milk, negating the need for any cream or butter.
These wraps are perfect for back-to-school because they can be made ahead of time, ready to go for lunches, after-school snacks and busy weeknight dinners.
Don’t leave out the glace ginger bits, they provide great texture and flavour. This pudding can be reheated very successfully.
Enjoy the vibrant colors and the wonderful taste of this red beet and ginger purée, courtesy of Mardi from Brookyn Fork and Spoon.
Enjoy this awesome lemon ginger roast chicken recipe from Ruth Kirwan.
Pink ginger cordial is the perfect drink for both summer and winter. On a hot summer day it makes a refreshing beverage when served over ice.
There’s so much to love in this delightful Asian-inspired salad with California Avocado and a burst of delicious flavor in every bite.
This salad is delicious on its own, but feel free to throw in a handful of bay shrimps. Enjoy!
This sorbet is delicious, it is creamy, soft, tender and citrusy with little bits of ginger and little strands of orange kumquat zest.
You’re going to flip over this yummy treat. Make a batch today and you’ll be all set for any guests that come your way.
Now that it’s beginning to feel like spring (at least in the New York area), fresher, lighter meals are called for.
Ginger juice is enriched with a few other healthy ingredients and will get you going in the morning. It’s also a great detox routine.
After an action-packed day, it is good to know that your slow cooker was hard at work making a spectacular dinner for you and your family.
Sweet and spicy, this Indian Mango Chutney makes a delicious spread, dipping sauce, or condiment to add to your curries.
Very simple date squares on which the crust is made partially with ginger snaps cookies. It’s amazing how well it all goes together.
Bowen Close invites us to try this wonderful ginger and apple bourbon cocktail.
Since the season of winter is still going on, having ginger tea on a regular basis is a sure shot strategy to stay healthy.
Gingersnaps, crisp, spicy, sugar cookies, are easy to make, even for the inexperienced baker. Just follow this recipe.
When your sweet tooth is feeling neglected, this white chocolate ginger cookie recipe is the perfect savior.
These beef and ginger dumplings can be time consuming to make. But with this recipe, they’re oh so worth it.
It is perfectly okay to just dig into these ginger and lemon whole wheat scones.
I guarantee this healthy, hearty noodle one pot dish will soon become a favorite “flash meal” in your household!
This recipe is good and simple. Therefore, it is a great cake to dress up with other flavors and components.
Miso soup is not only warm, hearty and delicious, it packed full of healthful nutrients – perfect for the cool temps of Fall and Winter.
Simple, but delicious, dessert bars featuring candied ginger.
Bourbon, lemonade, ginger, and mint – a perfect drink to sip on a lazy summer evening.
A wonderfully refreshing summer drink that can be served both virgin, and with a slight kick.
Coupling favorites in the world of citrus, the Meyer lemon and the Clementine. For a smoother Citric Experience.
A crispy spiced aubergine that holds itself well when paired with a ginger-mustard mayo.
A luscious crème caramel infused with Darjeeling tea and ginger. Perfect for any tea lover.
A delicious appetizer with mashed potatoes and turkey accompanied by a sweet and hot cranberry ginger chutney.
A traditional seasonal recipe filled with emotions to share with your family and friends.
Laura Davis about the health benefits of ginger, and how you can make yourself some “good-conscience” candy and soda.