Recipes, Cooking tips and maybe some 'Home Made' secrets !
Post Reply
Legendary Laner
Posts: 2010
Joined: 03 Oct 2010, 20:23
Gender: Male
Location: North East


Post by fabindia »

I've never come across it before but we see it in all the shops out here and apparently is used a lot in Thai cooking.

Fresh Galangal (aka galingale, blue ginger, Siamese ginger, Thai ginger) has a flavor evoking ginger and pepper with hints of citrus and pine. It is used in Thai, Malaysian, southern Chinese and Indonesian food. It is a relative of ginger and turmeric.

Found a recipe for coconut soup we might try that uses it.
Post Reply