Category: Ginger

Peeled, ginger is best known for adding zest to dishes of all sorts. Peel by rubbing with the blade of a spoon. Wrap in plastic and freeze, pull out of the freezer to add to a dish. No need to thaw.

Ginger has been thought to be effective for treating nausea caused by seasickness, morning sickness and chemotherapy.

Ginger Lime Tea

Ginger tea can be made with a gentle hand or a powerful punch. Fewer slices for easing stomachaches. Keep on slicing to ante up the...

Starfruit under the broiler lights

Broiled starfruit all by itself is a treat. This recipe just makes it that much more special. Broiler or grill starfruit will fill dinner with...

Starfruit juice

No juicer required- just toss the ingredients into a blender or food processor. Strain if you'd like. Enjoy the pulp as a spread for bagels...

Caribbean ginger papaya waffle or toast topper

You could top Caribbean Red papayas and waffles with maple syrup, but a simple (and quick) no-cook syrup adds a savory touch to your breakfast....

Lychee Ginger Sorbet

Lychees in Asia are enjoyed in many ways. This iced version is a favorite in India. In Japan, street vendors serve a version on shaved...

Chicken and lime noodles

Lime and coconut jazz up this chicken noodle soup. Enjoy for dinner one night, then lunch the next day too. Fresh coconut makes a big...

Chicken and lychee in sweet and sour sauce

Lychees are often added to give a different taste and texture to a popular recipe such as a sweet and sour chicken main dish....

Ginger papaya cauliflower roast

Ginger and Caribbean Red papaya makes a dish of cauliflower worthwhile with each bite. Eat those veggies with some tropicals for a delish dish....

Papaya Dressing

Most salad dressings are not known for their nutritional benefits. But here's one that has the right amount of oomph to top even plain old...

Uniq Fruit crab salad

Uniq Fruit has a sweet taste with a hint of tartness to it. It's perfect both in a salad dressing and as a salad ingredient...