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Minced Ginger to Ground Conversion

Last post Feb 21, 2007 8:13 AM by SportsMom_WI . 5 replies.


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  • Minced Ginger to Ground Conversion
    If a recipe calls for 1 Tbsp. minced ginger, can that be interchanged with ground ginger? If so, how much would be used?
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  • RE: Minced Ginger to Ground Conversion
    fresh ginger tastes much different than ground ginger, but it can be substituted. I don't know what the substitution is though. It might be like fresh herbs to dried herbs 1 Tbsp. fresh=1 tsp. dried, just an educated guess.
    chefly
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  • RE: Minced Ginger to Ground Conversion

    gourmetsleuth.com says 1 tbsp. ground fresh ginger equals 1 tsp ground ginger.

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  • RE: Minced Ginger to Ground Conversion
    Thanks to both of you. I needed it for a recipe last night and I did use the 1 tsp.
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  • RE: Minced Ginger to Ground Conversion
    Did the 1 tsp. work out?
    chefly
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  • RE: Minced Ginger to Ground Conversion
    I think it did. I tried a new recipe that I had found on here (Asian-Grilled Pork Chops) and since I hadn't made it before, and it tasted good, I'd have to say it turned out. Next time though, I'd probably get the fresh ginger - just didn't feel like stopping last night.
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