4 Nutritious Ginger dressing recipes that have an anti-inflammatory effect

4 Nutritious Ginger dressing recipes that have an anti-inflammatory effect

Try preparing these 4 delicious dressings to incorporate more vegetables in your diet!

Ginger is a flowering plant originally from Asia well-known for being one of the healthiest species on the planet. It contains gingerol, used in alternative medicine to aid digestion, reduce nausea and help fight common flu. Gingerol has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects and it can also help lower the risk of infections. Apart from having all these health benefits, it has a delicious peppery and sweet taste that makes it very versatile: try adding ginger to smoothies, dressings, cookies, savory dishes –you name it! What’s more, it can be used fresh, dried, powdered as an oil or juice.

Here are some ideas for nutritious anti-inflammatory dressings:

Cashew carrot ginger dressing

This recipe is great to dip your favorite crudités:

Ingredients

Method

Simply add all the ingredients to a food processor and blend until you get a smooth mixture –if you notice that it is too thick, try adding some more water.

This recipe is great to dip your favorite crudités.

Sesame ginger sauce

Loaded with fiber, this sauce is perfect to pour over your veggies to boost the flavor of all your salads!

Ingredients

Method

Add all the ingredients together in a bowl and simply add it to your favorite salad!

Sesame ginger sauce

Ginger garlic paste

This recipe is a great marinade and can be added to stir fry.

Ingredients

Method

1. Put the ginger, garlic, and salt in a blender

2. Grind the ingredients to a fine paste, adding oil as needed.

3. When the mixture becomes a fine paste, store it in a clean, dry glass jar.

4. Keep the jar in the refrigerator.

You can try adding chilies to make spice things up a little!

Ginger garlic paste

Ginger Marinade

Ingredients

Method

1. In a large saucepan add the ginger beer, garlic, and onions.

2. Cook uncovered for seven to ten minutes.

You can use this to marinate vegetables, fish, or other proteins overnight before cooking.

You can use this to marinate vegetables, fish, or other proteins overnight before cooking.

Now that you know these 4 simple recipes with ginger, you can try adding it to all your veggies!

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