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Although at first glance, it might look similar to ginger, its taste and smell are vastly different. Galangal is an herb that comes from the ginger family, and it is widely used in Indonesian and Malaysian cuisines. There are four types of galangal: Chinese ginger, greater galangal, sand ginger, and lesser galangal. These differ in size, color, and taste. Our Greater Galangal, also known as the Thai Galangal, has a spicy, sweet flavor; reminiscent of pine and black pepper. The taste of the dried sliced galangal it's similar to the fresh one.

Why Burma Spice?

Burma Spice is dedicated to bringing you the most amazing spices on the planet; most of our spices are imported from different parts of the world. We pack them carefully and ship them directly to your front door. All of our spices are 100% PURE, contain no preservatives, no artificial chemicals, and they are Kosher certified. From our farms to your table. Give us a try!

The way we transport our galangal roots ensures the freshness and quality of the product.

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Cooking with Sliced Dried Galangal

Boil 400 ml of water with 1 inch crushed galangal; for a better taste add 6 lemongrass leaves and sugar. Then separate or strain galangal root. You can serve this fabulous tea cold or hot.

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Cooking with Sliced Dried Galangal

A popular recipe that will taste just like in Thai restaurants. Thai fish cakes or Tod Mun Pla, in Thai, is made with fresh fish paste, kaffir lime leaves, red curry paste, egg, lime juice, and galangal.

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Cooking with Sliced Dried Galangal

The perfect addition to curry on seafood and meats.

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With such widespread use over various nations with different languages, galangal has multiple names: Pa de kaw, romdeng, Thai galangal, blue ginger.

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