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Use for sugar from making Candied Ginger??

Posted by nancedar (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 7, 11 at 17:55

OK, the store got a delivery of very fresh fat ginger root so I simply HAD to buy 2 pounds of it and made candied / crystallized ginger. I use it in my pumpkin muffins and Alton's gingersnaps, sometimes a piece slips into my tea or my jeans pocket, and I plan on dunking some in chocolate for the holiday cookie/candy tray. Hmm, I may have to go back to the store.

Now, what do I do with all the sugar I rolled it in? I am afraid to add it 'as is' to cookies because ginger can overpower other flavors, including butter. Any advice would be so welcome, and thank you.

Nancy


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RE: Use for sugar from making Candied Ginger??

The obvious answer is to make ginger bread or ginger snaps. Or molasses cookies which have ginger in them.


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RE: Use for sugar from making Candied Ginger??

Tea
Gingerbread
Sugar cookies
Ice cream

Just use part regular sugar and part "ginger sugar" so it isn't overpowering. I think sugar cookies made with it would be awesome!!

Deanna


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RE: Use for sugar from making Candied Ginger??

Use it to roll snickerdoodles in.


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RE: Use for sugar from making Candied Ginger??

Ginger Hard Candy


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RE: Use for sugar from making Candied Ginger??

I would try to make a 2-liter bottle of ginger ale with it.
-Grainlady

Here is a link that might be useful: Homemade Ginger Ale


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