Monday, March 3, 2014

Ginger Garlic Paste

Ginger garlic paste plays most important role in Indian cooking,I cannot imagine a dish without
Ginger and garlic.I always keep ginger garlic paste in the refrigerator to save my time in kitchen.
Make this paste in advance to save lot of pre-cooking time.

Ingredients:
  • Ginger-1 cup(washed,peeled and completely dry)
  • Garlic-1 cup
  • Oil-2 tsp



Method:
First wash ginger,peeled and dry completely.chopped roughly.
For garlic peeling: I saw the best way to peeling garlic in few seconds in Martha Stewart's show.
Break garlic pods into cloves.Take steel container bigger than the garlic.
Keep the cloves into container Close with lid and Shake it vigorously about 25 to 30 seconds.
If don't have steel container you can do with two steel bowls of the same size.
Add chopped ginger and peeled garlic into blender and grind it to smooth paste.
Add oil grind it again. When you add oil it will become white.
Store in an airtight glass container for 6 to 8 weeks in refrigerator.
Note:
Do not add water while grinding it will reduce the shelf life.




19 comments:

  1. This s essential ingredient.. I too prefer Home made :)

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  2. great tip bhawna ...very useful.

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  3. Homemade is always better........looks so good!

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  4. Good one, It has great health benefits as well. Thanks for sharing...

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  5. A very useful post. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. good one ...thnx fr sharing..i always freeze peeled and chopped ginger-garlic as I'm nt sure abt its shelf life.

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  7. always handy in the kitchen... i make both seperate and keep... :)

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  8. a must in the kitchen..saves lot of time...useful post..

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  9. Very useful post dear ..nothing beats the homemade ones :)

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  10. I too saw the new garlic peeling method I was really amazed by how it is done .The world knew of such primitive way only now :)).
    I usually make ggp fresh but adding oil to store is really good idea.

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  11. Hi bhawna ,can you please link to vardhinis page as well for your two side dish entries .

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  12. useful post!
    happy to follow you

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  13. The best is always the home made ones dear

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