Here's a simple, tasty and healthy way to prepare homemade Ginger Ale, a delicious nonalcoholic beverage that became very popular in the USA around 1860-1930. The cooking will fill your kitchen with a lovely aroma as well...
This Ginger ale recipe is both quick and easy to make and lasts for at least a week in the fridge. Apart from being both festive and tasty, it is also healthy:
This recipe uses fresh ginger. Since fresh ginger spoils rather quickly, I suggest that if you get any leftovers, the ginger root freezes beautifully! Just put in plastic, and freeze.
Whenever you need some ginger, simply take it from the freezer and grate as much as you need. By keeping it in the freezer it lasts for a very long time.
To peel or not to peel?
Well, I have tried both, and there is no difference in the taste- so it is up to you! I would say scrub the ginger root clean, but skip the peeling.
I suggest you try this healthy Ginger Ale recipe as a nonalcoholic alternative for any Holiday dinner or even instead of Champagne on New Year’s Eve! Cheers!
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