onion powder recipe | garlic powder recipe | ginger powder recipe


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onion powder recipe | garlic powder recipe | ginger powder recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. a basic and helpful dehydrated spice powder mix made by sun-drying the onion, garlic and ginger. these are helpful spice mix powders to be in any kitchen as it can be an ideal replacement for the fresh ones and can be preserved for a longer time. generally, these are prepared by sun-drying the fresh vegetables or spices, but can also be prepared using a dehydrator or in an oven.
ginger powder recipeonion powder recipe | garlic powder recipe | ginger powder recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. the spice mix is very common in most of the indian kitchens and can be made with most of the basic vegetables. these are generally used as an alternative to its fresh counterpart, but some of them have their own use cases too. out of these the most common spice mix is the onion powder, garlic powder, ginger powder recipe which can be used for most of the indian curries and snacks.

well many would think, there may be a complicated process or set of ingredients to prepare these powder recipes. we generally assume it and buy it from the local indian grocery store. but to be honest, it is one of the simple recipes to make it at home. for all the 3 spice mix powder i have shown in this post, you just need 3 ingredients respectively. you need process it and sundry it for 4-5 days until it becomes crisp and brittle. note that each ingredient used here has a different set of moisture in it and may need individual attention. for instance, the ginger may get dried out soon, compared to the onion which has more moisture in it. hence you may need to check it regularly and put it under the sun if it needs more solar heat. once it is dry, you can easily ground to a fine powder and store it for a couple of months easily.

onion powder recipe

anyway, some more additional tips, suggestions and variations to the onion powder, garlic powder and ginger powder recipe. firstly, for the onion powder, you need to use brown onions and avoid using red onions. you may use the white onions for the same purpose but can be expensive to buy so better to stick to brown onions. secondly, in this post, i have used a knife to slice the onions, grater to grate ginger and food processor for garlic. you may just use the food processor for all the vegetables and i only used other option as variations. lastly, you may follow the same steps and process to prepare other spice powder. for instance, you may prepare tomato, lemon and even carrot and beetroot powder for the same purpose.

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ginger powder recipe

onion powder recipe | garlic powder recipe | ginger powder recipe

HEBBARS KITCHEN
easy onion powder recipe | garlic powder recipe | ginger powder recipe
4.81 from 26 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Drying Time 4 d
Total Time 4 d 5 mins
Course spice blend
Cuisine Indian
Servings 1 box
Calories 1236 kcal

Ingredients 

  • 1 kg brown onion
  • 300 grams ginger
  • 400 grams garlic

Instructions
 

how to make onion powder:

  • firstly, peel the skin of the onion and slice thinly.
  • spread the sliced onions on a large plate. you can alternatively use baking tray or cloth.
  • sundry for 4 days or until it turns crisp. you can alternatively place in the oven at 60-70 degree celsius if you are leaving in a cold climate.
  • transfer the dried onions into a blender, and blend to a fine powder.
  • finally, onion powder (approx 70 grams) is ready to use to prepare noodles.

how to make ginger powder:

  • firstly, peel the skin of ginger and grate.
  • spread the grated ginger on a large plate. you can alternatively use baking tray or cloth.
  • sundry for 4 days or until it turns crisp. you can alternatively place in the oven at 60-70 degree celsius if you are leaving in a cold climate.
  • transfer the dried ginger into a blender, and blend to a fine powder.
  • finally, ginger powder (approx 50 grams) is ready to use to prepare noodles.

how to make garlic powder:

  • firstly, peel the skin of garlic and finely chop. you can use a food processor to chop easily.
  • spread the chopped garlic on a large plate. you can alternatively use baking tray or cloth.
  • sundry for 4 days or until it turns crisp. you can alternatively place in the oven at 60-70 degree celsius if you are leaving in a cold climate.
  • transfer the dried garlic into a blender, and blend to a fine powder.
  • finally, garlic powder (approx 125 grams) is ready to use to prepare noodles.

Nutrition

Calories: 1236kcalCarbohydrates: 279gProtein: 42gFat: 5gSaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 147mgPotassium: 4309mgFiber: 31gSugar: 52gVitamin C: 214mgCalcium: 1002mgIron: 11mg

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how to make onion powder with step by step photo:

how to make onion powder:

  1. firstly, peel the skin of the onion and slice thinly.
  2. spread the sliced onions on a large plate. you can alternatively use baking tray or cloth.
  3. sundry for 4 days or until it turns crisp. you can alternatively place in the oven at 60-70 degree celsius if you are leaving in a cold climate.
  4. transfer the dried onions into a blender, and blend to a fine powder.
  5. finally, onion powder (approx 70 grams) is ready to use to prepare noodles.
    onion powder recipe

how to make ginger powder:

  1. firstly, peel the skin of ginger and grate.
  2. spread the grated ginger on a large plate. you can alternatively use baking tray or cloth.
  3. sundry for 4 days or until it turns crisp. you can alternatively place in the oven at 60-70 degree celsius if you are leaving in a cold climate.
  4. transfer the dried ginger into a blender, and blend to a fine powder.
  5. finally, ginger powder (approx 50 grams) is ready to use to prepare noodles.
    ginger powder recipe

how to make garlic powder:

  1. firstly, peel the skin of garlic and finely chop. you can use a food processor to chop easily.
  2. spread the chopped garlic on a large plate. you can alternatively use baking tray or cloth.
  3. sundry for 4 days or until it turns crisp. you can alternatively place in the oven at 60-70 degree celsius if you are leaving in a cold climate.
  4. transfer the dried garlic into a blender, and blend to a fine powder.
  5. finally, garlic powder (approx 125 grams) is ready to use to prepare noodles.
    garlic powder recipe

notes:

  • firstly, make sure to chop, grate or slice as thin as possible. it helps to sundry quickly.
  • also, using brown onions helps to get white onion powder. else the colour of powder will vary.
  • additionally, sundry really well to increase the shelf life of spice powder for up to 6 months.
  • finally, ginger powder, garlic powder, onion powder recipe can be stored in an airtight container.

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