Brown Sugar Ginger Tea


Brown sugar is very popular in Asian countries.  Unlike the brown sugar here in American grocery stores, Asian brown sugar is pressed and then concentrated from sugar cane.  



2 to 3 pieces of ginger roots
200 g Asian brown sugar


There is no need to peel the ginger root.  Clean under running water and pat dry with kitchen paper towel.

Extract ginger juice with Breville juicer  

It is quite efficient.  A few pieces of ginger root yields 2/3 cup juice

Good job, juicer!

Asian brown sugar  is mostly available in Asian grocery stores.  The quickest way to tell if it is authentic is by reading the label.  You don’t want to see molasses in the ingredient list.

Transfer to an air-tight glass and it can be kept in refrigerator for up to a week.

To make brown sugar ginger tea, just add a couple tablespoons to a cup of hot water. 

Try it, you may love it too! O(∩_∩)O~