Ölmühle Solling Organic Ginger Lemongrass Spice Oil
Rapeseed meets sharp ginger and fresh lemongrass
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Common Ginger: Zingiber officinale Roscoe, is grown in tropical countries around the globe, as is lemongrass (Cymbopogongras). Lemongrass contains a tasty and fragrant, refreshing essential oil which is why it is used as a spice and tea plant. The mixture of ginger and lemongrass refines poultry, meat and vegetable dishes, as well as Asian cuisines. Fresh lemongrass and fresh ginger root are not always available, which is another reason why this oil is so practical to use. Add a special twist to your cuisine!
For this spice oil unshelled rape seed is cold pressed together with spicy ginger and lemongrass. They combine to give a full-bodied taste experience. The aromatic, exotic spice oil gives tofu, rice and wok dishes a delicate, refreshingly spicy flavour.
This rapeseed oil is processed on organic farms in the forested mountains. The spices (ginger and lemongrass) come from Madagascar, the Dominican Republic or from Sri Lanka and India.
Tips for the Kitchen
For seasoning and garnishing salads, dips, dressings and marinades with a fresh ginger-lemongrass flavor. For poultry and vegetable dishes, rice and noodle dishes, soups, terrine, fondues, fish and seafood, this oil is a welcome addition. Chutneys, relish and tomato dishes and tofu can be especially delicious when flavored with this oil.
Ginger aids in digestion. Heavy, meat-based meals are easier to digest with ginger. Instead of chilli, ginger can add a certain sharpness that is more comfortable for the stomach lining.
When cooking Asian cuisine you can substitute the oil for lemongrass and ginger root. Just measure the spiced oil sparingly. Avoid overheating the oil, add it toward the end of cooking so that the fine flavor of this valuable oil remains. Not suitable for frying.
|Types of Products:
|Organic, Reduced Plastic
Rapeseed oil, ginger, natural lemongrass oil
Average energy and nutrient content
|3700 kJ / 900 kcal
|of which are sugars
|hereof: saturated fatty acids
|monounsaturated fatty acids
|polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids)