Thai Ginger belongs to the ginger family and is also known as Siamese ginger, Thai ginger, and blue ginger. It grows to a height of about 5 feet, the leaves are long, narrow blades, and the flowers, are with white petals and deep-red veins.
Thai Ginger is aromatic, pungent, and spicy and mainly found in northern Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and other countries.
Thai Ginger is grown in a humid and warm environment and is well-drained in soils at least 30 cm deep.
1. Thai Ginger Tea
Ingredients: 3 cups of water, 30-40 (gm) root of Thai ginger, and sugar to taste
Cooking Steps: Crush the ginger in a mortar, place a vessel, and add water and tea in it and let it boil. Steam for at least 7-8 minutes till it is reduced to three-fourths. Add sugar to individual cups, and strain the tea into cups and it is ready to serve.
Ingredients: 1-piece fresh ginger root (peeled), 1 glass orange juice, lemon juice, and cotton cloth
Cooking Steps: Grate the Thai ginger root. Place it in a cotton cloth to squeeze into a glass, then pour orange juice and squeeze the lemon juice into it. Now it is ready to drink.