Galangal is rich in flavonoids and terpenes.
Also, it is very effective against nausea and motion sickness. It is a natural solution to better enjoy your travels.
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Difference Between Galangal and Ginger.
Their biggest difference is their taste: galangal has a sharp citrusy, almost piney flavor, while ginger is fresh, pungently spicy, and barely sweet, that means that they cannot be used interchangeably.
Combines well with cloves, sweet paprika, ginger, mustard powder, mustard seeds, turmeric, Malawi peppers, cumin, garlic granules and coriander seeds.
Aroma & Taste
The aroma of galangal root is a wonderful combination of the spicy and lemony aromas of ginger, the woody scent of turmeric and the sweet and playful notes of cardamom.
All these along with gentle traces of eucalyptus.
Cooking & Pastry Uses
Galangal is an essential ingredient in Thai “tom kha gai” soup with chicken and coconut milk but also in Malaysian seafood recipes.
Its woody and lemony taste is used to neutralize the smells of meat and fish.
In Greek cuisine, galangal can enhance the taste of braised chicken or beef.
Add it at the beginning of the recipe while the meat is boiling, together with bay leaves, allspice and peppercorns.
You can also use it in chicken soup and stew preparations. Since galangal goes well with seafood and fish, try adding it to salmon recipes or to oven-baked fish with tomato sauce or creamy sauce.
keep it in a cool & dry place.