Friday, 11 January 2013

Food on Friday: Ginger



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This edition of Food on Friday is collecting all sorts of ideas for using fresh, powdered or crystallised ginger.


Fresh ginger goes well with:

Asian greens
Basil
Beef
Chicken
Chillies
Coconut milk
Coriander leaves
Crabs
Cumin
Duck
Eggplants/aubergines
Figs
Fish
Fish sauce
Garlic
Green beans
Kiwifruit
Lemongrass
Limes
Mint
Mushrooms
Onions
Pork
Rice vinegar
Rice wine
Shellfish
Soy sauce
Spring onions/scallions
Tamarind
Turmeric
Yoghurt



Ground ginger goes well with:

Almonds
Aniseed
Brown sugar
Cinnamon
Cloves
Honey
Nutmeg
Raisins
Treacle




It's easy to link in.  Just put your name and the name of the dish into the first box below and copy the url for your post into the second box.

After you've linked up, it would be great if you popped over to some of the other links to check them out.

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50 comments:

  1. Left a recipe for Gingerbread Bundt Cake! The holidays are over but this is still perfect for those cooler winter months.

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  2. Ok, someone just tried to leave a link for Asian-styled Tacos but put the url for Food on Friday in instead of their post! Please try again. I've taken the link out in the meantime

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  3. I also have an asian marinated scallops recipe, but it will only allow me to post one.

    http://sweetloveandginger.blogspot.com/2012/08/asian-marinated-grilled-scallops.html

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  4. Thanks for the invite, Carole. I like a lot your blog and this possibility that you give to us.

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  5. Hi, Carole. I hope it's OK to have added my White Chocolate Almond Cookies to your list. They don't feature ginger, but there's ginger in them and it's a refreshing change to other White Chocolate Chip cookies I've made that are overly sweet. Thanks!

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  6. Thanks for the invite, Carole!!

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  7. I have 2 recipes for ginger to share. Hope you enjoy them. Carole, thanks for this awesome archive of recipes every Friday!

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  8. mmm... I love ginger. Excited to see all the recipes!

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  9. Thank you once again for the invitation Carole. Belated Happy New Year! I love ginger, especially during the cold weather months:)

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  10. Thanks for the invite, Carol. I shared my Ginger Brown Rice with Kale.

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  11. All Linked! :) Thanks for the notice!

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  12. Hi! Happy New Year! I've posted a couple of recipes today, Ginger & Lemon Tart and Gingerbread Men. This is a wonderful topic, I adore ginger, I could have linked a few more posts! Thank you for the information.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  13. I don't have any ginger recipes to share... linked up my Ginger themed pinterest board instead! Those are all the recipes I WISH I'd made :)

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    (¸.·´ (¸.·`¤... Jennifer
    http://jennsrandomscraps.blogspot.ca
    http://pinterest.com/jennp6

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  14. I love ginger! Thanks for the linky party! I posted a recipe for Ginger Cream Scones. :)

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  15. Great link up idea. Love ginger.

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  16. Hi! I just submitted my cranberry ginger fizz link. It is also really great using pomegranate juice. Thanks for the link!

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  17. Hi Carole! Thanks for letting me know about your party! I just posted a link to my Lemon Ginger Broccoli. Have a great weekend!

    Martha - www.AFamilyFeast.com

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  18. Hi Carole, I think I did it right...I am so tired I can't see straight. I have a delicious Banana Bread with Crystallized Ginger :) http://isabelleathome.wordpress.com/2012/03/28/banana-bread-with-chocolate-and-crystallized-ginger/

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  19. We love ginger in our house and I'm always using it in cooking and baking. I've shared a Banana Gingerbread and a Triple Ginger Pound Cake. Thank you for hosting!

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  20. Thanks for the invite Carole! Just added mine - Honey-Ginger Sauce (with Tofu) Recipe, think I didn't do it right though, I filled out my name is showing up instead of the recipe name :)

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  21. Hi Carole, thanks for the invite, and thanks for hosting!

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  22. Hello Carole. Thanks for the invite. I'm sorry to say that I found a number of emails from you dated over the last few weeks and including the one you sent today, in my spam bin. Unfortunate. So sorry if it seemed I was ignoring you. Looking forward to some blog hopping with my morning coffee - I do LOVE ginger :)

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  23. Oh, how my mouth is watering!

    The recipe I posted is entirely original and was wonderful to eat!

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  24. Thanks Carole. I've linked my Ginger Pork Fried Rice with Egg Pancake.

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  25. Try this chicken with ginger, delicious.

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  26. Thanks for hosting, Carole, and for stopping by earlier and leaving a sweet comment on my blog. :)

    This week I linked up Granny's Favorite Gingerbread (Soy, Fish and Nut-Free, Can Be Milk-Free).

    Have a great weekend! :)

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  27. Hi Carole, thanks for the invite. Here I'm sharing 3 recipes with ginger which are good for confinement mothers too.

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  28. Perfect timing as I posted a new ginger recipe I tried this week!

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  29. I'm happy today's post included ginger! So I linked up some baked apples :) Enjoy your weekend!!!

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  30. Thanks for the invite Carole. I added a link to the ginger cookies I made for Chirstmas last year.

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  31. Thanks for hosting Carole....I posted the same dish twice bit I didn't realize it's for ginger recipes so feel free to remove them it's #68 and #69....sorry.

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  32. I have to admit....ginger is one of my least favorite things. Eeep! But I do try to use it now and again to add something a little different. :) Maybe I will get brave and try some of these delicious sounding recipes!
    Have a great week :)

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  33. I use ginger almost every day in my cooking, both sweet and savoury. I've linked in one of each type of recipe. :)

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  34. Thanks for the invite. I've shared a stir fry recipe that was one of my personal favorites in 2012 - Spicy Garlic and Ginger Chicken with Green Beans. I'm lazy and use the ginger that comes pre-minced in a tube!

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  35. Thanks for hosting Carole! I love ginger too. I posted a stir-fry we made recently with a Brown Garlic Sauce that had great ginger flavor. We also made homemade rice noodles. Just a tip. Chop equal parts ginger and garlic in the food processor and keep in the frig in a mason jar. Great for stir-fry, Indian dishes, and so much more.

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  36. Thanks for hosting, Carole ! Rather late than never ;-)

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  37. Hi Carole. Thanks for the party. I love fresh ginger!!! Meriem

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  38. What a great party! Loving all of these ginger recipes!

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  39. Thanks for the ginger theme! I linked stir fried carrots with ginger--it has become one of my favs.

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  40. Thanks for the invitation, Carole! What a useful site! I hope your readers will enjoy the Fall Veggie Bisque. Honestly, it's one of the best soups I've ever had. Unique, satisfying, totally healthy, inexpensive, and EASY to make. It'll be a new staple at our house.

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  41. Hi Carole, Just linked ginger garlic paste recipe. It is a must have in any Indian kitchen. We use that for most of our cooking.. :)

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  42. I'll definitely be trying some of these recipes, love ginger!

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  43. Happy New Year Carole - I've added two from me. Thanks!

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