Garlic-Ginger Chicken Recipe

ginger chicken plateGarlic-Ginger Chicken Wings

This recipe is from allrecipes.com
Prep
10 m
Cook
1 h
Ready In
1 h 15 m
Recipe By:Chef John
“My mom lives in a small town in western New York, called Clifton Springs. Whenever I go home to visit, I usually indulge in some Buffalo chicken wings from a place called Emerson’s. They have two flavors of wings; Buffalo-style, and sweet and sour. I came up with what turned out to be a deliciously sticky, ginger and garlic glaze. I really hope you give these a try.”
Ingredients
cooking spray
5 pounds chicken wings, separated at joints, tips discarded
salt and ground black pepper to taste
3 tablespoons hot sauce (such as Frank’s Red Hot (R))
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 cup all-purpose flour

For the glaze:
3 crushed garlic cloves
2 tablespoons minced fresh ginger root
1 tablespoon Asian chile pepper sauce
1/2 cup rice vinegar
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1 tablespoon soy sauce
Directions
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Line 2 baking sheets with aluminum foil; grease the foil with cooking spray.
Place the chicken in a large mixing bowl. Season with salt, pepper, and hot sauce. Add the vegetable oil; toss to coat.
Place the flour and wings in a large, food-safe plastic bag. Hold the bag closed tightly, and shake to coat the wings entirely with the flour; no wet spots should remain. Arrange the wings on the prepared baking sheets, making sure none of the pieces are touching one another. Spray wings with additional cooking spray
Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes, turn all the wings, and return to the oven to cook until crispy and no longer pink in the center, about 30 minutes more.
Whisk together the garlic, ginger, chili paste, rice vinegar, brown sugar, and soy sauce in a saucepan. Bring the mixture to a boil and immediately remove from heat.
Put about half the wings in a large mixing bowl. Pour about half the sauce over the wings. Toss the wings with tongs to coat evenly; transfer to a tray and allow to sit about 5 minutes to allow the sauce to soak into the wings before serving. Repeat with remaining wings and sauce.
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Printed From Allrecipes.com 7/27/2016

How Many Ginger Uses Are You Aware Of?

Ginger usesThere is no doubt that ginger is one of the most exotic plants to choose from and it has popularity all over the world. The most common use of ginger is probably as a spice in culinary dishes and this is its main use in Asia. However, there are many more ginger uses than merely being a spicy element of a dish and some of them may surprise you.

In Western culture, ginger is commonly used to sweeten meals up, which stands in contrast to some cultures around the world. Gingerbread, ginger cake and ginger wine are all naturally sweet products. However, in some parts of the world, ginger uses focus on the more savoury element with China being noted for its use of ginger with fish and meat.

It says a lot about the versatility of ginger that it can be used in so many different ways around the world. It is also commonly added to many teas and coffee to provide a different kick to the taste. There is no doubt that ginger is very much a matter of personal taste but most people will be able to find a reason to add it to their meal times.

Did you know that there are many medicinal ginger uses? In the Caribbean and West of Africa, ginger is commonly used to treat ailments and this has seen it rise in popularity in other cultures. There are many health benefits associated with ginger and you may find that ginger tea is ideal for many of your ailments or complaints.

The benefits of ginger tea include relieving stress, being used to decrease swelling or inflammation of the joints, calming your stomach, removing feelings of nausea and even reducing headaches. All of these ginger uses should see the plant recognised as one of the most important plants you will come across.

No matter where you are in the world, you will find ginger being used in homes and restaurants. However, the way it is being used in that particular place may be a little bit different from the way you would commonly expect ginger to be used.

Reap The Benefits Of Ginger Tea

Benefits of ginger teaThe pace and nature of modern life is enough to make anyone feel under the weather so it is important for people to boost their immune system as much as possible. There are many ways to do this but it makes sense that people will be wary of many modern or chemical based supplements. This has led people to turning to traditional remedies and it has to be said that ginger tea is one of the most respected ancient remedies.

This is because there are a great number of benefits of ginger tea, bringing a boost to so many users. If you suffer from travel sickness, ginger tea is a great way to soothe your nerves and hopefully preventing you from feeling sick. Another of the related benefits of ginger tea comes in the fact that it is said to calm the stomach and aid digestion. If you suffer from tummy aches, ginger tea may be a great solution to your problems.

If you suffer from inflammation of the joints, one of the benefits of ginger tea may be idea for you. Arthritis suffers and people who have an excessive amount of stiffness in their joints are often advised to soak their joints in ginger tea. This is also recommended to people who suffer from athletes foot as the soak can reduce the burning sensation that follows on from the itching process.

Another of the major benefits of ginger tea is the fact that it aids the blood flow around your body. The simple drink can help to fight off chills and even reduce the impact of fever. The minerals and amino acids that are found in ginger provide the benefits in assisting the blood to flow smoothly around the body.

Another of the benefits of ginger tea is that it helps to reduce stress levels, something which most people will benefit from. The pace of modern life is so fast that it is difficult for many people to feel at their best so anything which helps people to calm down and stay on top of matters has to be seen as a positive thing.

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