this is a basic moroccan tea. i was inspired to figure out how to make this when it was served to me by a moroccan friend's mom. i found it so delicious that it spoiled me for plain japanese-style green tea. this tea came in very handy to soothe a recent sore throat.
For Comfort Cafe 2009 I was thouroughly enjoying all the wonderful coffee brews by my fellow Zaarites. So in honor of them here is a simple yet delicious cup of java! Please feel free to add in any accoutrements you would like. I like cream and a tinge of sweetner in my cafe.
No cooking time as the coffee is already done or made instant.
This is a delicious tea that I just love because I made it and I made it GOOD!! I hope you enjoy my FIRST Chai Latta cup of tea, and dont forget, the secret is to sip it with a straw to enjoy every lil bit of it:-)
inspiration: Borders Cafe's Cherry Mocha. This hot coffee beverage can be adapted in flavoring. The main idea is non-carb whipped cream, cocoa and coffee. But, the cherry/almond flavor inspired by Borders Cafe is my husband's favorite. This recipe is good for Atkins or non-atkins. You use the sweetener of your choice; I recommend either Splenda or Sugar. By using Splenda or other non-nutritive sweetener, the net carbs (adjusted for fiber) is 3g net carb.
From a Maxwell House pamphlet. This is so scrumptious. My coffee pot does not have a decanter/glass pot so I make this a bit different than how they stated. I've included both ways in case your coffee pot has an internal system instead of using a decanter.