Ginger Beer is a sweet, sweet drink.
This recipe will give you the ability to make a ginger beer that tastes good on its own, but is also incredibly delicious and delicious on a homemade ginger beer!
I love this recipe, and it makes the perfect gift!
I like to use Ginger Beer as a garnish, but I also love making ginger beer on the side.
You can also use it to top your pancakes, as it adds a bit of sweetness to your pancakes.
It’s also great to serve on its OWN for a breakfast or a lunchtime snack.
Ginger Beer Recipes Ginger Beer recipe for Ginger Beer Ingredients 1 cup Ginger Beer, or any other sweetener of choice (I use 2% agave or 1% honey) 2 teaspoons Ginger paste 1/4 cup sugar 1/2 cup water 1/3 cup ginger root (or 1/8 cup crushed) Directions Heat your Ginger Beer in a saucepan over medium heat.
Once it’s heated, add the sugar and ginger root.
Stir for 2 minutes, then add the water and ginger paste.
Stir again for a few minutes, and then add more ginger paste, ginger root, and ginger.
Bring to a boil and simmer for about 20 minutes, until the ginger paste has thickened and the ginger syrup has thickned.
Remove from heat and allow to cool.
Taste the ginger and add salt and pepper.
You want the ginger to be a bit sweeter than the sugar.
Once you’ve had enough ginger, add in the ginger root and ginger sugar.
Add a splash of water to make the syrup more viscous.
The syrup should be smooth, not overly thick, and taste like sugar syrup.
Garnish with a ginger slice, if desired.
Recipe Notes For the Ginger Beer: For the ginger beer, use 2 tablespoons (1/4 ounce) agave syrup instead of honey syrup.
The agave will help thicken the ginger.
I use 1/5 cup (2 ounces) agavas syrup, which is the same as tap water, and 1/1 cup (1 ounce) honey syrup for the honey syrup and agave.
If you use tap water instead of agave, you may have to use a different amount of agavagas syrup.
Recipe from http://www.graham.org/food/graham-food-drink-recipe.html