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When sautéing, is it better to add grated ginger first, or after the onions have gotten soft? Is there a risk of overlooking, as with garlic

I am making a ground chicken with chilis, lime and ginger.

asked by Amanda,Close over 5 years ago

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31cdd18a 4275 4bee ae5a 88bcb2eea6c3  jillian
added over 5 years ago

Yes, there is danger of overcooking the ginger. I'd add it, as you suggest, when the onions are soft.

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