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ginger goes well with

What Does Ginger Go Well With?

Produce: apples, apricots, asparagus, bell peppers, blueberries, bok choy, carrot, cauliflower, celery, cherries, collard greens, cranberries, edamame, eggplant, fennel, figs, garlic, kiwi, lemon, lime, melon, mushrooms, onion, orange, peaches, pear, plums, potatoes, pumpkin, scallions, spinach, squash, sweet potatoes, tamarind, watercress, zucchini

Herbs & Spices: basil, chili, cilantro, cumin, curry, garam masala, lemongrass, mint, miso, turmeric, wasabi

Savoury: poultry, fish, beef, seafood, oats, rice, tofu, almonds, tahini, seitan, chickpeas, grains, and lentils

Other: sesame oil, soy sauce, tamari, sake, rum, kombu, seaweed, honey, cream, and yogurt

Ginger Flavour Combinations:

Ginger + Cream + Honey

Ginger + Cilantro + Scallions + Garlic

Ginger + Beef + Broccoli + Soy Sauce

Ginger + Celery + Carrot + Garlic

Ginger + Carrot

Ginger + Soy Sauce

Serving Ideas:

Drink it! Try ginger tea with lemon for a comforting drink – perfect for cold days or if your throat is sore. It’s also a great addition to cocktails and mixed drinks!

Get healthy with ginger in your juices and smoothies! Another healthy idea is to add ginger to a raw beet salad, colourful and full of flavour.

Ginger, carrots, and sweet potato are a fall favourite combo for soup. It also makes a great addition to sauces like in these sesame salmon balls with ginger tahini dip or this gingery glazed tofu.

Add some pizazz to your weekday chicken dinner by adding ginger and kiwi! Just marinade the meat the night before so it’s ready to go after work!

This simple braised pear with ginger glaze can be made in advance, making a great solution for entertaining.

Winter holidays just aren’t right without ginger: Ginger biscotti, gingerbread, gingerbread pie.

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