Fresh Hawaiian ginger, 16 oz via Fedex ExpressAdd to cartTemporarily Out of Stock
Hawaiian Ginger is No Longer Available.
We also offer Fresh Peruvian Ginger
This special young ginger from Hawaii is harvested once a year in the late fall, and this year we had very little to offer. This photo is what we had for shipping in October.
As shown at left, these are large white roots with pink tips. Soft 'Young' ginger.
Unique ginger is harvested before full maturity, so it's soft and you can eat it -- unlike woody ginger typically found in supermarkets. This is what Japanese use for sushi ginger. Great flavor.
See photos below. For the chicken, we sliced into matchsticks, then fried in a bit of oil over medium heat with sliced chicken. We added salt and pepper, a touch of sugar, and a bit of soy sauce. Serve with jasmine rice, topped with sliced green onion and Thai chile pepper.
For the seafood ginger, we placed fresh fish in a frying pan. Add cut ginger pieces, salt, pepper, a touch of sugar, yellow onion, oyster sauce, and a bit of Huy Fong Chilli Garlic Sauce. Fry over low heat until cooked. You can use any seafood of your choice. So delicious!
You get the young ginger shipped via Fedex Express.
Ships immediately via Fedex 2 Day. Checkout with Ground and we upgrade to Express at no charge.
Dumplings w/Pork Shrimp Ginger Sesame
Spectacular dumplings are easy to make.
Lots of ingredients involved but follow our detailed instructions & work sequentially; it won't take long to become an expert and amaze friends & family with your ability to make the best dumplings.
We enjoyed making this here with fresh young Hawaiian ginger but any ginger works well too.
This recipe makes about 15 dumplings.
Thai Druken Noodles, Kee Mao, Chicken
This is a new, slightly less-spicy version of our original kee mao recipe. Kee Mao are drunken noodles, meaning eaten drunk, fiery hot spice level, with beer and/or other alcohol.
The fresh ginger is a nice touch but optional and not authentic Thai for Kee Mao. Add more fresh Thai chilli peppers to increase heat level.
We like using dark thick soy sauce to give the chicken a darker color but you can also use thin soy sauce instead.
This has a touch of MSG which is optional but recommended here to get the optimal flavor.
Fresh Ginger Tea
Here's a tea thought to provide a wide range of general health benefits. The combination of fresh ginger, lemon and honey is not only refreshing & delicious but a natural way to improve your mood and overall well-being.
We enjoyed making this here with fresh young Hawaiian ginger but if that's not available see what else you can find.