Garlic Ginger Sauce

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Garlic is a remarkable vegetable. Along with its many culinary uses, garlic also has a great many medicinal benefits. In the past, garlic has been the first preventive and curative remedy. However, it is essential to know that cooked garlic will lose most of its medicinal property. Garlic ginger sauce is a delicious way to eat raw garlic. Eat good food while maintaining your health.

Ingredients:

  • Garlic (grated), ginger (grated), coriander leaves (finely chopped), equal part of each.
  • Salt to taste
  • Extra virgin olive oil

Instructions:

  1. Finely grate all the ingredients and mix.
  2. Apply salt (to your liking) to the mixture and stir. Let the mixture sit for a while. Salt will draw out the moisture increasing aroma of the sauce.
  3. Add olive oil, stir to mix.
  4. Garlic ginger sauce is ready to serve.

Tips:

  • Add more coriander to mitigate the garlic breath.
  • Garlic ginger sauce is great for chicken dipping and a fitting companion for Hainanese chicken.

If you need help overcoming any health challenges, please contact our Naturopath Bernard Chu at 0412 723 823 or email bernard@greenheartnaturalhealth.com.au for an obligation free discussion.

Online consultation is also available for your convenience.

 

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Along with culinary use, raw garlic also has numerous medicinal benefits. Garlic ginger sauce is a delicious way to eat raw garlic.

Ingredients:

  • Garlic (grated), ginger (grated), coriander leaves (finely chopped), equal part of each.
  • Salt to taste
  • Extra virgin olive oil

Instructions:

  1. Finely grate all the ingredients and mix.
  2. Apply salt (to your liking) to the mixture and stir. Let the mixture sit for a while. Salt will draw out the moisture increasing aroma of the sauce.
  3. Add olive oil, stir to mix.
  4. Garlic ginger sauce is ready to serve.

Tips:

  • Add more coriander to mitigate the garlic breath.
  • Garlic ginger sauce is great for chicken dipping and a fitting companion for Hainanese chicken.

If you need help overcoming any health challenges, please contact our Naturopath Bernard Chu at 0412 723 823 or email bernard@greenheartnaturalhealth.com.au for an obligation free discussion.

Online consultation is also available for your convenience.