Galangal (Greater) is a spice that is related to ginger and common in several Southeast Asian cuisines. Its taste is similar to ginger, but stronger, with notes of lemon and cardamom. The flavor of galangal blends well with coconut milk and curry. Soak the root in water for a few minutes before using, then add to your dish. Remove before serving.
Ingredients: galangal root
Uses: Galangal is a key ingredient in Thai curries, soups, stews and sauces. Can be used as a substitute for ginger, but in smaller amounts, as galangal has a stronger, spicier taste and brighter citrus notes. Add to pickling liquid for a unique flavor addition to pickled vegetables.
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