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  1. photo 4 Delicious Coconut Milk Recipes to Put Paradise on Your Plate for Meatless Monday4 Delicious Coconut Milk Recipes to Put Paradise on Your Plate for Meatless MondayArticle
    Thai green curry is made up of a surprising combination of flavors like garlic, fresh chilis, kaffir lime, lemongrass, galangal, and basil. With this entirely vegan version of the dish, the green curryRead more
  2. photo Jaca com leite de coco e <b>galanga</b>Jaca com leite de coco e galangaRecipe
    limão, coentro, galangal, alho, pimenta, talo de capim-santo e folhas de melissa (que tem aroma cítrico parecido com o do capim-santo ou capim-cidreira e também pode ser usado na culinária) AproveiteiRead more
  3. photo The Next Generation of Foodie SpicesThe Next Generation of Foodie SpicesArticle
    and delectable roots and seeds all were once as commonly recognized as KFC and Pepsi are today. Do you know what star anise looks like? How about fenugreek, cloves, galangal root, cardamom or coriander? It’sRead more
  4. Remedios con galanga para mareos, náuseas, hipo y másTreatment
    La galanga (Alpinia officinarum) pertenece a la familia de las Cingiberácea y recibe varios nombres como galangal en hindi y Gao Liang en chino. Esta planta es perenne y aromática y puedeRead more
  5. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 Coconut RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 Coconut RecipesArticle
    using coconut milk, sesame, tofu and a paste made from chiles, galangal and spices. It can be tough to find a vegetarian or vegan versions as most traditional recipes call for a shrimp or chicken-basedRead more
  6. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 5 Tempeh RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 5 Tempeh RecipesArticle
    with a flavorful sauce made from coconut milk and popular regional seasonings including lemongrass, tamarind, and galangal ginger. A flavorful dish that’s particularly delicious when served with plain riceRead more

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Galangal /ɡəˈlæŋɡəl/[note 1] is a rhizome of plants in the ginger family Zingiberaceae, with culinary and medicinal uses originating in Indonesia. The rhizomes are used in various Asian cuisines (for example in Thai and Lao tom yum and tom kha gai soups, Vietnamese Huế cuisine (tré) and throughout Indonesian cuisine, for example, in soto). Galangal is related to and resembles ginger. While...More