The Plant In My Garden-4
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Galangal (refer wiki) or Blue Ginger (in Chinese) is used in various oriental cuisines.
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Actually ginger is quite easy to grow. Choose gingers that looks healthy and plump and it should be firm growing buds. Choose with light shade and well drained soil. Cover with a thin of soil, water lightly.
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I've been wanting to grow ginger in my garden too. Is it hard to grow? I have a ton of stuff in my garden, so check it out sometime – we have a link on our blog called Our Garden. It will take you to all the pictures.
I've only ever been able to find the dried variety. I haven't even seen the dried variety in my area of Spain so far…
Turmeric powder is also from ginger family (named kunyit or yellow ginger in Chinese.
I cook with ginger but at the market there is only one kind of ginger. Even at the Korean market I find only one type.
SIS: I have mango tree, banana tree, chilli, kaffir lime, cactus…
i know 南姜 and 沙姜, heard it before..but don't exactly know how to use it.. hehe
What else u plant in your garden?
This is 南姜。Can also use to cook braised duck.
Do you know what is 沙姜? I also have this in my garden. My friend told me this is usaully cook with mutton and my gardener told me, Malay use this quite often…don't know this 沙姜 in English.
It looks like 紫姜 (don't know if i write it correctly, but people in my kampung called it this way), the ginger that normally people use widely to cook soup during confinement. But i think this is not the same, because it is call blue ginger.. hehe