Spice Islands Ginger Ground - 1.9 Oz
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Ginger, Sulfiting Agents (to Preserve Color).
Est. 1941. Ginger was one of the first oriental spices used in the Western world when it was brought from the East by the fabled spice caravans. www.spiceislands.com.
Directions For an Asian flair, mix ground ginger with soy sauce, toasted Spice Islands Sesame Seeds and Minced Garlic; drizzle over vegetables, chicken or steak. Blend with butter and brown sugar; pour over cooked carrots or winter squash and broil. Use ground ginger to flavor marinades, curries and baked goods.
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