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Honeyed Ginger

Submitted by: lisabetholson on July 9, 2011
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Honeyed Ginger

Making honeyed ginger can be a bit tricky–especially if you burn it and have to throw the pan away. If you like, when you drain the ginger from the water, reserve the extra water to make jelly!

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Difficulty: Intermediate

Servings: as many as you'd like

Cook Time: BWB 20 min  




Wash the ginger in cool water and skin. Peeling it with a potato peeler will remove too much of the meat, so skin it with a small knife.

Cut into very small even 1/8th inch pieces.

Boil the ginger in twice as much water as you have ginger for about 30 minutes, until the ginger is fork tender.

Drain ginger.

Weigh the ginger and add that amount of honey.

Cook to 225 degrees on a candy thermometer.

Can the honeyed ginger in 1/4 pint jars in a boiling water bath for 20 minutes.

Categories: Boiling Water Bath, BWB Other, Cold Remedies, Other Condiments

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