|Place of origin||Central Java, Indonesia|
|Region or state||Nationwide|
|Main ingredients||Ginger, cinnamon, cloves, sugar|
|Cookbook: Wedang jahe Media: Wedang jahe|
Wedang Jahe is a type of Indonesian ginger tea. Wedang in Javanese means "hot beverage" while jahe means "ginger". Although devoid of any caffeine content, it is often served and enjoyed as an invigorating tea. It is made from ginger rhizome, usually fresh and cut in thin slices, and palm sugar or granulated cane sugar, frequently with the addition of fragrant pandan leaves. Palm sugar can be substituted with brown sugar or honey. Traditionally people might add spices such as lemongrass, cloves and/or cinnamon stick.
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