How to Peel and Grate Ginger?
Before you grate your ginger, you need to start by peeling it. If you are dealing with fresh ginger, then you can use a to remove the thin layer of skin. Simply drag the spoon, curved side down, across the flesh of the ginger, pressing down with your thumb for . If the ginger has been previously cut or has been stored for a week or two, you will likely need a paring knife for peeling. If you are an expert peeler, you can attempt to keep the knobs or on the root in place, but it is much easier to grate the ginger once these knobs have been cut off.
Now that your ginger is cheese grater, or you can slice it up into smaller pieces – matchsticks, julienne etc.. Since ginger is so , you may require a more grater to make a dent in the ginger root. Grate directly into the dish you are preparing, or into a small bowl for later use., you can grate it with a
If you are storing freshlyginger, it is best to make teaspoon-sized of the ginger and then them until you need to include them in a recipe!