Making Drinks With Dorot Gardens Crushed Ginger Cubes

Making Drinks With Dorot Gardens Crushed Ginger Cubes

It might not be the first thing you think about – that might be baked goods like ginger cake or gingerbread – but there are many drinks out there that call for ginger as part of the recipe. In many cases, you can substitute the fresh or ground ginger called for with Dorot Gardens crushed ginger cubes and get the same result, so sit back and savour these six stunning recipes you can make even easier when you use our flash-frozen ginger cubes!

Dorot Gardens crushed ginger cubes in hot drinks

Ginger-rum toddy

Kick back and relax with a ginger-rum toddy, a boozy concoction that warms you from the inside out. Skip the tedious muddling process by using Dorot Gardens crushed ginger cubes, ensuring each sip is bursting with bold ginger flavor. For an added twist, garnish your toddy with a slice of lemon, orange, or lime to complement the rich and aromatic notes of the rum.You can get the original recipe at this link, with all credit going to!

Lemon & ginger tea

Indulge in a soothing cup of lemon & ginger tea, perfect for those caffeine-free moments when you just want to unwind. Dorot Gardens crushed ginger cubes effortlessly infuse your tea with zesty ginger goodness, eliminating the need for tedious ginger prep. You might also experiment with different citrus flavors like orange or lime to add an extra dimension to your tea-drinking experience.Get the original recipe by clicking here, again with all credit going to BBC Good Food.

Hot ginger milk

Experience pure comfort in a mug with hot ginger milk, a creamy concoction with a hint of warming spice. Dorot Gardens crushed ginger cubes provide the perfect balance of sweetness and heat without the hassle of measuring out or grinding your own ginger. For an adult twist, why not consider adding a splash of Irish Cream liqueur to take this cozy drink to the next level.We found this one on, so we want to give a shoutout to the original uploader ‘Candice S.’ and you can access the recipe yourself by clicking this link.

Dorot Gardens crushed ginger cubes in cold drinks

Ginger iced tea

Take your iced tea game to the next level with a refreshing twist of ginger, and this great recipe from Aysegul Sanford at Foolproof Living. The ginger adds a burst of flavor to the classic iced tea recipe – turning an ordinary drink into a refreshing sensation – and Dorot Gardens ginger cubes can take a lot of the prep out of making it. If you prefer your tea hot, simply skip the ice and the chilling process in the recipe, and enjoy the comforting warmth of ginger-infused goodness. For a more sophisticated version, you might also consider adding a splash of your favorite rum to elevate your sipping experience.

Dark & Stormy Julep cocktail with ginger and lime

Unleash the dynamic duo of ginger and mint in this Dark & Stormy Julep cocktail by Daniel Gritzer at Serious Eats, with the added benefit of Dorot Gardens crushed ginger cubes streamlining the preparation process, allowing you to focus on savoring every sip.While traditionally made with rum, you could also create a non-alcoholic version for a summer cooler-style beverage. Let the invigorating blend of ginger and lime transport you to a tropical paradise with each taste.

Homemade ginger beer

Ginger beer just has a timeless charm to it, and that charm only increases when you make your own with a recipe that’s fully customizable to suit your taste preferences. Dorot Gardens crushed ginger cubes make it easy to infuse your brew with authentic ginger flavor without the hassle of preparing fresh root ginger. ‘Why make your own ginger beer when you can buy it from the store?’ we hear you ask… Well, not only does homemade ginger beer offer a refreshing standalone drink with unique flavour notes that you won’t get from a store bought version, but it also serves as a versatile base for other drinks – and that means you can also bring those unique flavour notes to signature cocktails like the classic Dark & Stormy or a refreshing Pimm’s Cup. The recipe we’ll point you to this time is this one from New York Times Cooking.

More about Dorot Gardens

We’ve spoken about our crushed ginger cubes today, but that’s just one item in our product lineup. While they may be less suited towards drinks and more towards savoury food dishes, we also produce flash-frozen ingredient cubes that take the hassle out of preparing garlic, basil, parsley, dill and more, but without losing any of the freshness or flavor. Click the links to learn more about them, and if you can’t see our products in your local grocery store (they’re usually in the frozen veggies aisle) then this store locator will be able to help you find them.

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Dorot Gardens brings to you our signature line of pre-portioned fresh garlic and herbs. First, we start by growing our own garlic, basil, cilantro, parsley, chili and ginger. At peak freshness we pull our products from the fields, process and flash freeze into our convenient trays within 90 minutes of harvest.

With a two year shelf life you can have fresh Garlic, Onions and Herbs year round with the simple “pop” of the tray. When we say “fresher than fresh” we mean it!

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Dorot Gardens pre-portioned garlic, onions and herbs eliminate chopping and measuring, making it effortless to season and flavor your cooking.

Dorot Gardens Garlic

1 cube = 1 clove

First, we start by growing our own garlic. At peak freshness we pull our products from the fields, process and flash freeze into our convenient trays within 90 minutes of harvest.

Dorot Gardens Ginger

1 cube = 1 teaspoon

How could you drink a great thirst-quenching drink in no time? Add 1 ginger cube to your tea and enjoy! This tea is wonderful hot in winter, and excellent cold in summer.

Dorot Gardens Turmeric

1 cube = 1 teaspoon

Turmeric is great with many different types of dishes, with vegetables, meats and more. Turmeric is delicious in sauces and marinades.

Dorot Gardens Basil

1 cube = 1 teaspoon

Basil is simply the king of herbs! You can add it to almost anything you’re cooking: soups, fish, casseroles, pasta and even excellent basil ice cream!

Dorot Gardens Parsley

1 cube = 1 teaspoon

Parsley’s high nutritive value and the unique taste it adds to any dish has made it the most abundant herb in the world!

Dorot Gardens Cilantro

1 cube = 1 teaspoon

Cilantro’s strong flavor can easily be used as a background to many food items we eat, without even realizing it: bread, sweets, pickles and more.

Dorot Gardens Dill

1 cube = 1 teaspoon

Dill is a member of the parsley family, and the two can be found together in many dishes – especially in meat and vegetable dishes.

Sautéed Glazed Onions

1 tray = 3 chopped onions

Onion is known for its pungent taste and the tears it gives you, while cutting it. When it’s cooked it becomes sweet & tender.