2020-08-13 / test@t

Horseradish Ginger Tincture

Ginger and honey are a classic couple that often solo not only in drinks, but also in sauces. To prepare horseradish ginger infusion exactly to your taste, you need to know one simple life hack. If you cut the ginger and horseradish into thin circles, the tincture will turn out to be softer and more oily, and if you rub it, it will be more robust, just tear out your eye.

Horseradish Ginger Tincture
  • 100 g fresh horseradish root
  • 3 cm fresh ginger root
  • 1 tbsp. Teddy bear
  • 5-6 currant leaves, fresh or dried
  • 1 liter of vodka


Step 1
Peel the horseradish, cut into thin slices and let it dry on a plate for a couple of hours, without covering it with anything, so that excess moisture goes away.
Step 2
Peel the ginger and also cut into thin slices.
Step 3
Put the horseradish and ginger in the jar, add all the other ingredients. Pour in a glass of vodka and mix well.
Step 4
Top up the rest of the vodka, close the jar tightly with a removable lid and leave in a dark, cool place (in a closet or cellar) for a week. Shake the jar every day or open and mix the contents.
Step 5
Strain the tincture first through a fine sieve, then through two or three layers of gauze or a coffee filter, so that it is completely transparent.
Step 6
Pour the tincture into a bottle, cork it and let it rest for 3-4 days.
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