5 oz (142g) Ginger 1/3 Cup Sugar 1/2 Tsp Glucose 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract 1/8 Tsp Nutmeg Powder 1/8 Tsp Clove Powder 1/8 Tsp Cinnamon Salt PREPARATIONS: 1- Peel and slice the fresh ginger. DIRECTIONS: 1- Transfer sugar to a pot, add 1/3 cup water. Stir until well mixed. 2- Over medium heat, bring the mixture to a boil and continue the heat until thickened. 3- Add glucose, vanilla extract, a pinch of salt, nutmeg powder, clove powder, cinnamon, and stir well. 4- Stir in the sliced gingers, add more water if needed (Approx. 1/4 cup). 5- Over medium-low heat, simmer the mixture for 30 minutes or thickened. 6- Strain the syrup.
GINGER SYRUP CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Ginger Syrup can be used to make cakes, cookies or simply add to a cup of water and enjoy a cold ginger drink or a hot ginger tea. Freshly made ginger syrup has numerous therapeutic properties. It is high in anti oxidants and also has anti-inflammatory effects. It is already known that ginger is a potent gastrointestinal relief medicine. But it's most famous remedy effect as well as its reputation comes from Gingers ability in preventing the symptoms of motion sickness. Ginger anti-vomiting effects makes it the first safe remedy to go during the pregnancy to prevent nausea and vomiting. Ginger has anti-inflammatory and anti cancer properties. Ginger may prevent agains colorectal cancer. Ginger is believed to be cancer treatment properties. It is actually shown its ability to kill ovarian cancer cells. Ginger can also boost up the immune system. Ginger syrup contains rich amount of manganese, iron and selenium. One serving of ginger syrup (3.5 oz / 100g) has 335 calories (37 calories from fat), 4.1g total fat (1.3g saturated fat), 22mg sodium, 903mg potassium and 79.2g total carbohydrates (8.5g dietary fiber, 33.9g sugar). One serving of ginger syrup contains 6.1g protein and no cholesterol.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
Amount Per Serving