Ginger stimulates the body, it is a good antioxidant and antiseptic, even helps in menstrual pains. We discover a recipe for a real winter gingerbread with ginger.
Ginger is one of the most important spices of Indian cuisine with aromatic, refreshing and above all, spicy taste. It stimulates the work of metabolism, fat burning and relieves attenuation. It is excellent for overall health, especially in the cold winter months when colds are part of everyday life.
Some of the most interesting and unusual ingredients this drink contains are:
This spice is very similar to ginger and is called yellow ginger or Indian saffron due to its yellow color. The turquoise contained in the root has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, and has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Cardamom is from an indistinguishable gathering of herbs from ginger, and is known for its fundamental oils that have a germicide, consoling and calming impact on our body. To build up the full impact of cardamom, you have to buy it in a crisp frame (cases).
- 200 milliliters of water
- 1 teaspoon dark turmeric
- 2 sticks cinnamon
- 5 legumes kardamom
- 30 grams of fresh ginger
- 600 milliliters of oat, almond or rice milk
- 2 pips freshly ground pepper
- 1 teaspoon linseed oil
- 1 teaspoon of honey
Method of preparation:
Heat up the water. Peel the ginger and cut it into thin cuts. Blend the turmeric, pepper and cardamom, include the rosemary and ginger sticks, and put this in the pot with warm water. Bubble around 8 minutes on medium warmth. Include the drain and daintily warm the blend, at that point expel the pot from the fire. Include the fricasseed oil and sweeten with nectar voluntarily. Blend well. When you expel the cinnamon sticks, you can pour the drain through a strainer. Fixings are much more extreme on the off chance that you smear them in a blender. At that point your drain will have a thicker consistency and will contain considerably more nutritious fiber.