Recipes Of The Chew - Ginger Chews & Creamed Corn Recipe

Recipes Of The Chew | Homemade Ginger Chews


Recipes Of The Chew: Today we're going to make homemade ginger chews. Now, these are great easy to make. They the great for your digestion. For those who have upset stomachs, those who only get real food nutrients from the ginger or those who just want a little tangy treat. So very easy to make.
We're going to take one and a half cups of peeled and chopped ginger about bite-sized pieces just a little bit bigger than bite-size because they're going to shrink down a bit. When we cook add that to our pot and in case you're wondering how to properly peel ginger. It's easiest if you just take the back of a spoon and just peel the skin off comes out very easily. And you end up wasting less ginger. We're going to add one and a half cups of water to this. We're going to add one and a half cups of organic raw sugar. This is fair trade sugar still very mineral nutrient-dense. But remember it's still as sugar. We're going to reserve a quarter of the cup of the sugar for. After this is simmered great.
Now we're going to take this to the stove and get it cooking. we've let our ginger simmer for about 20-25 minutes. We're going to scoop this out now and mix it with the remaining quarter cup of sugar that we left out. This is nice and sticky and syrupy good. So we'll just toss it with that remaining sugar. Now everything is mixed well with the remaining sugar. We're going to transfer this to our baking pan and get them in the oven nice little ginger nuggets just want to arrange them on the baking pan.

So they're evenly spread out not sticking together and I've preheated the oven to 225 degrees Fahrenheit . We're going to pop those in there for about two hours and then we're going to start checking on them. So I've taken the ginger juice out of the oven. They're in there for just over two hours at 225 degrees Fahrenheit. You want to start checking on them just after two hours every 10-15 minutes or so consistency should be dry but still chewy in the middle. It's a good excuse to snack on them while they're still cooking. So next I'm you're feeling creative in the kitchen give these a try and you can come to the rescue of someone with the upset tummy or someone who just wants a sweet little treat. These will stay 2 to 3 weeks in a dry place or the fridge but they don't last more than a couple of days in my home enjoy.
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Recipes Of  The Chew

Recipes Of The Chew |Creamed Corn Recipe

We're gonna make some creamed corn. Well, fried corn. But it's from corn. I got it from my mom. The first thing you started with, with this creamed corn is bacon. we have crisped up some bacon for you and reserved the bacon fat, the drippings.that's delicious. And then what do we do, my dear? you shave your corn off, you put it in here. with some sugar. how it gets creamy. You get all that Seasonal salt. get a little seasoning. eyeball it. Now, some flour. then I put a little water.
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And you want it to be -- I love this mess where everything is going in the bowl and then you put it in a. Just thickens right in the bowl. So, I need some more flour then. I need more of the flour. Okay, looking for a certain thickness here. And then this goes back into this bacon dripping. I thought everybody makes corn this way. They should. I make it just like you. Why would you get rid of the bacon drippings? That's the best part. it's like liquid gold. I put a little bit more in that bacon grease. There you go. All right. So, now this goes into the same cast iron pan in which you fried up your bacon. And then we cook it for about how long? I'd say about 15-20 minutes. 15-20 minutes? it doesn't take long at all. After that your recipe is ready. Eat and enjoy it.


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