How To Make Ginger Garlic Paste | 1 Minute Series | Indian Recipes | #CookwithAnisa #recipeoftheday

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How to make Ginger Garlic Paste is one of the most common questions i get asked about, making and storing this important and essential part of traditional Indian cooking.

Also one of the more common ingredients used in most of my savoury Indian recipes.

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All you need is:
2 large Ginger Pieces
2 Large Garlic Bulbs
Food Processor
Ice Cube Tray

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Sumaiya86 says:

Do u not find the smell of it goes into other foods such as ice creams?
Cleaver tip though

Anisa b says:

I eagerly wait for your videos.. Thanks sis may Allah bless you with so much baraka

Mehreen says:

second :) thanks for the handy tip x

Blobby786 Yeh says:

First again

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