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Chewy Triple Ginger Cookies. 1 teaspoon baking soda. 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon. 1/2 teaspoons ground cloves. 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg. ½ teaspoon cardamom. ⅛ teaspoon white pepper ( optional) 1 teaspoon ground ginger. ¼ teaspoon kosher salt.

1 cup dark brown sugar, lightly packed. ⅓ cup melted. Ingredients ¾ cup butter 1 cup packed brown sugar 1 egg ¼ cup molasses 2 ¼ cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons ground ginger 2 teaspoons baking soda ½ teaspoon salt 1 ½ tablespoons minced fresh ginger. To achieve what is basically liquid gold for the chewy triple ginger cookies, follow my easy to follow steps. Place the butter in a large skillet over medium/low heat to melt it evenly. Whisk the melted butter often.

Stay close to the stove because brown butter does not equal burned butter. Whisk first 5 ingredients and 1/2 teaspoon salt in medium bowl. Using electric mixer, beat sugar and shortening in large bowl until fluffy. Beat in molasses, egg, and fresh ginger.

Triple-Ginger Cookies. Quite possibly the best ginger cookies ever, this recipe tastes like something your grandma might have made. Impossibly chewy on the inside and crisp on the outside, these cookies are packed with three levels of ginger—crystallized ginger, freshly grated ginger and ground ginger for a taste that truly embodies an old-fashioned ginger cookie. How to Make Awesome Triple Ginger Cookies Finely grate the fresh ginger, I used a citrus zester and it did a fantastic job.

If you’re working with a regular box grater, use the smallest holes and give the grated ginger. Directions. In a large bowl, cream shortening and 1 cup sugar until light and fluffy. Beat in the egg, molasses and vanilla. Combine dry ingredients; add to creamed mixture and mix well.

Ingredients 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 4 teaspoons ground ginger 2 teaspoons baking soda 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon ½ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon ground allspice 1 cup white sugar ¾ cup butter, softened 1 egg ¼ cup dark molasses ⅓ cup chopped. Whisk flour, ground ginger, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl. Using an electric mixer on medium-high speed, beat brown sugar, shortening, and butter in.

Steps 1 In medium bowl, stir together flour, ground ginger, cinnamon, baking soda, allspice and cloves; set aside. In large 2 Divide dough in half; shape each.

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  • They look delicious, Robin!��❤️I have cookie cutter that shaped like for a gingerbread man. I think I’ll do that. Thanks for the recipe, Robin. ����☮️

  • I halved the recipe and it turned out to taste like a plain cookie:( 2 flours is too much, i think and the spices are not enough. I’ll be remixing spices for the leftovers

  • Videos or description has no quantities, so I go to your website for the full recipe. Nobody wants your life story to see a recipe!

  • Oh, darn. crystalized ginger. Well, that leaves me out before we even get started. I feel like I just got another EFF on Home Economics project.:(

  • Okay so I just made these cookies and oh my goodness they’re probably some of the best cookies I’ve ever tasted….absolutely delicious and they cracked perfectly, my grandkids were going crazy over them!!! Perfected them on the first try and I split the recipe in half. Now I wish I would have made the whole recipe because we are eating them all up!!!

  • Using 1/4 C ice cream scoop, this recipe makes 2 dozen cookies. They are moist and chewy and beautifully flavored. These have become my go-to ginger cookies.

  • I subbed the white flour for almond flour,and the reg. White sugar for Swerve,my molasses was a reduced amount,and used fresh ginger,chopped and mixed to combine…
    Lower carb and minimal sigar… Delicious!

  • If anyone has made these cookies can you please tell me how I will go about cooking them after I Frozen them. do I bring them to room temperature again or do I cook them Frozen and if so how long what temperature please help thank you.

  • I have been trying to make a recepie for wasabi ginger snaps with lots of sweet HEAT, that are served with ice cream, like that cookie wafer at Swenson’s.

  • These are very similar to the ones my mother made. I like them with extra ground ginger and no pepper.

    The original Nabisco brand ginger snaps dunked in ice-cold milk were fabulous. Kraft wrecked Nabisco when they bought the company and switched to cheap junk ingredients. Eating just a few of their ginger snaps actually makes me sick.

  • what i like even better than rolling my ginger crinkle cookies in sugar before baking is coating the tops afterward instead in a simple confectioner’s glaze (confectioner’s sugar, vanilla, enough water to make the right consistency to dip cooled baked cookies in). yum!!

  • Thank heavens for YT bec. I no longer watch TV and I sorely miss FN. We had cable belatedly, in the late 90s. And I remember watching FN, among other select channels, as much as possible. I don’t know much about cooking or baking or being critical of food, I simply loved watching people cook. But I can tell that Ina Garten is quite an expert esp. in making desserts and other sweet foods. Happy holidays!

  • I love Ina… she just seems so comforting and warm and soothing and reminds you of that super cool aunt that would take you shopping and then invite you over afterward for sandwiches and tea <3

  • I tried these cookies and they were just perfect. They are delicious. I love your recipes. I just must have messed up something with those lemon ones! Wow! Just beautiful. Great job Emma.

  • The crystalized candied ginger ruins these cookies. It just sticks to your teeth and really takes away from an already perfect gingersnaps cookie.

  • Do you have a link to your recipe for crystallized ginger? I’d like to make some fresh.

    I love the recipe I have for ginger cookies, but now want to try your recipe with the ginger bits.

    I make my cookies in a 6.5 inch cast iron skillet. Big cookies chewy on the inside with crispy outside.

  • I realized that out of everything I’ve see on You tube.. cooking shows are the best. Then you set your phone up and make whatever you watch. It’s just good for the soul…��

  • Hello Emma, I’ve been making all your delicious cookies and I love them!! They’re absolutely delicious. I only have a problem, my husband bought me a new oven and it is a fan oven. I’ve heard there are some issues when baking on fan oven. What kind of oven do you use? Any suggestions about temp and time for fan oven?

  • Omgggggggg my boyfriend lovessss chocolate and I made these cookies… Emma has done it again!! It’s like a fudge brownie and a cookie mix omggg!! If u love chocolate cookies MAKE THESE!! Added white chocolate and milk chocolate chips on top. Thank you Emma!!��������������

  • Made a batch of these (sorry Chef John I left out the cayenne) and everyone who tried them absolutely loved them! I made some softer and some crunchy and both were good, though I preferred the soft version! I’ll definitely make them again. Maybe next time I will add some of the powdered ginger to the sugar the cookies are rolled in to up the ginger hit even more.

  • I made these as part of Christmas cookies and candy packages to send my brothers. (Just catching up on comments) They were so good my bro’s were lucky they got any. I love ginger, I often make my own crystallized ginger and ginger simple syrup. I also like heathot chocolate and chocolate cakes usually get cayenne. So… when I watched this recipe I knew I was making them. (I sound like I’m baking and cooking all the timetrust meit’s not usual but I have to say Chef John does get me a little more motivated than is usual.)
    Anyway, I bought the crystallized ginger because I had enough to do. I started getting all the ingredients together and… OH NOI was out of ginger. I had just thrown a whole bunch of OLD spices out! I don’t have a car so running out to the store was not Avon option. I did have fresh ginger though and I damn well wanted these cookies. So I peeled a hunk, tossed it in the food chopper, chopped it finely and spread it out on a parchment lined cookie sheet. I popped it in a low oven for awhile till it dried out. Put it back in choppercouldn’t get it fine enough so put it in the coffee grinder, sifted it and oh my goddivine! I’ll never by ground ginger again. Which since I’m 70 it’s not going to be like I’m making ginger for decades! Lol. AnywayI got to have my ginger snaps and so did my brothers. Scrumptious. I wish I had added a little more cayennenext time.

  • Is there ANYTHING this chef CANT do well?
    There’s definitely NOT a funnier chef on planet earth who can make AMAZING things in a kitchen