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Ginger Ring

fuster0311 Apr 6, 2011 09:06 AM

I am trying to figure out what this ingredient for a marinade. The miso marinde recipe calls for 12 ginger rings(smashed).

I have researched and come up with nothing. Any help would be appreciated.

  1. chef chicklet Apr 6, 2011 10:29 AM

    Because of the way I was taught, I call them coins. I would guess that rings, is a slice off the ginger root, not too thick about as thick as a nickle.

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      jacquelyncoffey Apr 6, 2011 09:37 AM

      To me, that would mean a quarter-sized slice of ginger. Many asian recipes specify amounts of ginger that way. A slice is round, although not hollow like a ring, but perhaps the author of the recipe phrases things a little differently.

      1. iL Divo Apr 6, 2011 09:12 AM

        I just researched for you as well.
        Put in google in the form of question.
        Nothing but Alton Brown's recipe for Overnight Citrus ginger ring.
        Sorry, I tried

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