Ginger Garlic Paste Recipe | How to make Ginger Garlic Paste at Home

What is Ginger Garlic Paste Recipe?

Ginger Garlic Paste Recipe is a fine paste of garlic and ginger which makes our lives easy ;). A paste of Ginger Garlic is used in many gravies, appetizers etc. The recipe also explains the method of preserving paste of ginger garlic.

Let’s talk about the Ingredients for Ginger Garlic Paste 

What can we talk about the ingredients?! Obviously, ginger and garlic are used to make ginger garlic paste. I have also added salt and oil. Oil not only works as a preservative but also helps in grinding. I have used 250 g garlic and 125 g ginger, both before peeling. Ginger has a stronger flavour therefore; I prefer to use it in lesser quantity.

Taking out paste from the refriegerator vs taking out garlic pods and ginger roots, you have got to make it to see the difference. Ginger garlic can’t be more handy :).

How to make Ginger Garlic Paste

1. Add ingredients in to a grinder : Peel and wash ginger and garlic properly. Make sure to pat dry them before proceeding with the recipe. Thereafter add them to a grinder along with ¼ cup oil and salt to taste.


2. Grind to make a fine paste : Grind till you get a smooth paste. It won’t take long. 1-2 minutes of grinding shall give you an absolutely smooth paste.


3. Refrigerate or freeze to store : In order to refrigerate store in a sterilized glass container. To keep for a longer period fill the ice tray, each cube with 1 tbsp of paste. Once it freezes take out the cubes and pack in a zip lock bag. Just bring it to room temperature before use. Refer the video for better understanding.


4. Bon appétit : Use ginger garlic paste in gravies etc and save a few minutes.


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