Raise your hand if you love the smell (and taste) of ginger! Whether I’m sipping a lemon-ginger tea, eating a slice of pumpkin ginger bread or enjoying a bowl of vegetable tofu stir-fry, ginger is one of my go-to ingredients for cooking and baking.
Ginger works in a variety of sweet, savory and spicy dishes making it one of the most versatile ingredients in your pantry.
Litehouse’s Freeze Dried Ginger does the prep work for you. With 4 ginger pieces inside each bottle, simply open and add to your favorite recipes. Here are 5 ways to enjoy freeze dried ginger.
- Ginger Tea: Steep freeze dried ginger with hot water to make a simple ginger tea, adding fresh lemon juice and/or liquid sweetener as desired.
- Sesame Ginger Lettuce Wraps: Freeze dried ginger is a delicious ingredient in your favorite Asian-Inspired recipes. In these sesame ginger lettuce wraps, ginger is tossed with chicken, water chestnuts, carrots, cashews and mushrooms, then tucked into crisp lettuce cups. A tasty and low-carb dinner!
- Ginger Simple Syrup: Whether you are making a mocktail or a martini, making your own ginger simple syrup is so simple and easy. Head here for the recipe.
- Overnight Ginger Oats: We eat a lot of overnight oats in my house, and I’m always dreaming up new flavor combinations to keep my family interested. Crushed freeze dried ginger in your overnight oats instantly adds depth and warmth. We love it combined with turmeric and coconut for a superfood oatmeal or with pumpkin puree and cinnamon for a pie-inspired breakfast.
Pumpkin Ginger Bread: We love adding freeze dried ginger to our favorite baking recipes. This delicious pumpkin bread is naturally sweetened with maple syrup and made with whole wheat flour. No taste sacrifices here- it’s perfectly moist and tender. Studded with Litehouse Freeze Dried Ginger, it’s a must-make recipe for fall. Full recipe below!