Ginger Water ( Chinese Cooking )
by Tarla Dalal
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Ginger and its therapeutic properties are well-known in china and it is used very often too. Their cuisine reflects an extensive use of ginger in the sauces as well as in their recipes. Ginger water is bottled and used as desired while cooking chinese food. Grated ginger is soaked in water until the flavors infuse well.
- Combine the ginger and water in a bowl and keep aside for ½ an hour. Use as required.
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