What To Do With Ginger After Making Tea?
Making tea is such a comforting activity, and one of our favorite ingredients to add to it is ginger. But after brewing the fragrant tea, what can you do with the leftover ginger? Keep reading to find out some of the options!
Soups and Stocks
Ginger adds a nice flavor to soups and stocks. Simply dice the leftover ginger pieces and add them to your next batch for a unique, tasty, and healthy variation.
Ginger adds a unique flavor to pesto. To make a ginger pesto, you simply need to add fresh or dried ginger to your favorite pesto recipe.
Ginger is a great way to add flavor and texture to salads. Simply grating some of the leftovers is usually enough.
Muffins and Baked Goods
Ginger also works great as an ingredient in muffins, cakes, and other baked goods. Try adding it to your next recipe for a flavorful twist!
Ginger goes great in smoothies, and it’s a great way to add some extra flavor and nutrition. Just put some of the leftovers in your next smoothie, and you’ll have a delicious, healthy drink.
Last but not least, you can use the leftover ginger to make other tea recipes. From ginger lemon tea and ginger mint tea, to ginger apple or ginger peach tea, there are so many delicious options!
Ginger is an incredibly versatile ingredient, and there are plenty of ways to use it after making tea. Try these ideas out, or get creative and come up with your own!