Homemade Ginger Syrup

Meanwhile I drink ginger tea every day. Whether in combination with lemon grass, lemon or mint – it always gives me a portion of wellness for the soul and warms from the inside. So I was able to come through the winter time healthy and was always energetic. But as it gets warmer and warmer, I cannot imagine drinking ginger tea on warm summer days. That’s why I created this delicious recipe for a homemade ginger syrup, so you do not have to miss out on this fresh taste even in summer!

LOW-HISTAMINE

 

LACTOSE-FREE

 

GLUTENFREE

 

LOW-FODMAP

 

Meanwhile I drink ginger tea every day. Whether in combination with lemon grass, lemon or mint – it always gives me a portion of wellness for the soul and warms from the inside. So I was able to come through the winter time healthy and was always energetic. But as it gets warmer and warmer, I cannot imagine drinking ginger tea on warm summer days. That’s why I created this delicious recipe for a homemade ginger syrup, so you do not have to miss out on this fresh taste even in summer!

So it can be infused with cold mineral water or sparkling water and served with fresh mintleaves. Do you like this idea? Then go to the recipe and try it! The great thing is, the syrup is a beautiful giveaway and will definitely delight your family and friends. With it’s rich yellow color, it is definitely an eye-catcher. By making the syrup yourself, you know exactly what’s in it and compared to industrially produced syrups, it is free of additives and flavorings and therefore so well digestible for our sensitive bellies.

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Preparation time in min: 85 (+ let stand 24 hrs)

 

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Calories per serving: 30

 

Ingredients (for 300 ml syrup):

  • 0,5 kg ginger

  • 2 small lemons

  • 1.0 L water

  • 750 g honey

 

Preparation:

  1. Peel ginger, cut into thin slices. Pour water into the pot to cover the ginger. Add fine slices of lemon and simmer over medium heat for about 20 minutes.
  2. Add half of the honey and simmer for another 20 minutes.
  3. Let the cooked mixture soak for 24 hours.
  4. Boil the next day for 20 minutes again. Press juice from the second lemon, stir in and remove from the heat. Drain the syrup and return to the saucepan. Add the remaining honey and boil again on low heat until the liquid gets a syrupy consistency. This can take up to 45 minutes.
  5. Fill the hot syrup in sterile glasses and close. The syrup can be stored at room temperature, but not in the refrigerator.

Bon Appetit!

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