Candied Ginger Recipe

This Candied Ginger recipe is a delicious way to enjoy the taste of ginger and reap the digestive health benefits of this spicy root.

| November/December 2001

  • This Candied Ginger recipe tastes great and contains health benefits in each bite.
    This Candied Ginger recipe tastes great and contains health benefits in each bite.
    Photo By Mother Earth Living staff

  • This Candied Ginger recipe tastes great and contains health benefits in each bite.

Try this Candied Ginger recipe, a perfect way to enjoy the health benefits of this spicy root.

Candied Ginger Recipe

1. To make candied ginger, dissolve 5 tablespoons of sugar in 1 cup of warm water in a saucepan. Add 1 cup of peeled and sliced ginger and simmer until the slices are tender, about 45 minutes. Strain out the water and place the slices in a glass dish. Bake at 200 degrees Fahrenheit for 4 to 5 hours, or until the ginger is dry.


Read more about herbs and health: Health Benefits of Herbs.



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