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Homemade Ginger and Garlic Paste

Posted on 21 October 2010 by admin     


Printable Recipe: showmethecurry.com

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  1. 37mamak Says:

    @ShowMeTheCurry thank you so much for the quick answer =)

     
  2. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @37mamak
    In our experiment, the ginger garlic paste was completely fine for up to 2 months.

     
  3. 37mamak Says:

    hey this is great =) how long do you think this will keep in the fridge? i just wanna know how much to make =) thank you for the great recipe

     
  4. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @M4037331 : Anything kept in the freezer needs to be in an airtight container or a ziploc. If the smell/aroma has escaped, it was not airtight 🙁

     
  5. M4037331 Says:

    hey, i love your recipe..but when i tried this and put it in the freezer, it had a smell all over my freezer and my things in it. can you help me in anyway?

     
  6. desig1rl Says:

    please make beef ka korma!!! i’m learning new dishes

     
  7. Chubbified23 Says:

    i don’t find the video effects were too bad 🙂

     
  8. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    This is a viewer submitted recipe and we followed it to the “T” and kept it in the fridge for upto 3 months and the color was perfect.
    Here are a couple of things that we? can suggest:
    – use a clean & dry spoon everytime you use some paste.
    – use an air-tight jar/container to store.

     
  9. peacelily2025 Says:

    @ShowMeTheCurry: I tried making a paste of garlic with oil and salt. Has frozen amazingly well (no garlicky smell permeating my freezer section). It has been two weeks and I have taken out some garlic paste to be used on a daily basis. I have noticed that after about a week to 10 days in the fridge, the garlic paste is still smelling fresh and wonderful, but the white color is gone and it has turned a very light greenish color. Any idea why this happened?

     
  10. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    Regarding T&A…hoped our viewers would know us better than that…we are never for that kind of publicity – don’t want and don’t need!
    Cheers and thanks for your support during this rough video of ours!

     
  11. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    Thank you so much for the feedback, we really do appreciate folks taking time to let us know. We know exactly what you meant…this one was a test video on some new features in our editing software…hence the zooming in and out (having fun with it)! We have since improved (we certainly hope so) and have got the hang of it. Please check out some of the newer videos…
    We are constantly trying to improve ourselves and sometimes a change is very good and sometimes not 😉

     
  12. robotsongs Says:

    I love you guys and have followed you for a while, but I have to say that the new camera-zooming-in-and-around thing drives me nuts. You can tell it’s a post-production effect, not actually the camera moving, and it moves WAY too much. Most of the time it’s not even on any one thing in particular– just half your chest and half the food. I know T&A sells, but that’s ridiculous. Go back to your own format– you guys do GREAT without making it so wam-bam!

     
  13. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    We would suggest using the Oil and Salt in the garlic paste and have never tried freezing garlic. Let us know if you do, we are sure our viewers will find the information useful as well.

     
  14. peacelily2025 Says:

    I usually make paste of green chillies and ginger root with lemon juice, salt and oil. It keeps for at least a month frozen and it retains the good green color.

    What I would like to find out is if I could make just garlic paste by itself? What would I add as preservative? Just oil or salt too? Thanks for your great videos! You guys are looking better and better in your videos! Keep it up!

     
  15. vandanagupta76 Says:

    We can even make the Ginger & Garlic paste without adding oil.There is no need to add oil….

     
  16. kanind2004 Says:

    Thanks for the recipe. By the way i wanted to say since some time Hetal you are so natural!…your presentation is excellent. Keep it up! 🙂

     
  17. fbsq Says:

    great tip… i have always wondered why my garlic paste always turned green…. 🙂

     
  18. faylinameir Says:

    I agree the camera is moving way too much, making it hard to concentrate on whats important

     
  19. RoseRedRoseWhite Says:

    The skin probably adds some nutrients and fiber you would normally miss…I never thought about soaking the ginger and doing it up that way. Cool!

     
  20. hareraam123 Says:

    the camera’s moving around way too much!

     
  21. wholefoodsrecipes Says:

    Great video!

     
  22. CaptBart Says:

    Great recipe!

    And it looks like someone got some new editing tools they are trying out. 😉

     
  23. aarti4628 Says:

    thanks for the video 🙂

     

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