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    In here you will find tea recipes I have posted along with recipes using tea!
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    Recipe #509244

    This is good hot too! Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis from Foodnetwork Show: Giada at HomeEpisode: Weeknight Special

    Recipe #508394

    You don’t even need tea leaves to make iced tea. All you need, really, is cold water, fresh, aromatic herbal plants, some spices to jazz things up, and sweetener, if desired. From The Armenian Kitchen.

    Recipe #507314

    This is the perfect drink, hot or cold. With a warm spice blend, a cinnamon stick, a little cream, and enough sugar to make the South proud — this Spiced Sweet Tea will be a wonderful addition to anyone’s winter(or summer) beverage repertoire. From Folk Lifestyle.

    Recipe #506632

    It's been quite warm these last few weeks and this tea hits the spot! From Offbeat and Inspired blog, found on Pinterest. Enjoy!

    Recipe #506626

    Grownups and kids alike will adore this zippy iced tea, with its summery mix of black and hibiscus herbal tea that’s punched up with lemon juice, sugar and lots of fresh berries. From Woman's Day Kitchen.

    Recipe #506386

    Under the pulsing sun, tea ladies line the streets of Sudan. They soak up what little shade they can find. Water simmers over charcoal stoves. They swirl ingredients through the steam, into the pot. Many patrons like to hold a sugar cube between the teeth while drinking to sweeten the brew. The most popular of the teas is cinnamon, with mint and ginger following close behind. Here's my version. Adapted from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #502745

    This is like a rich, thick blanket of goodness… each sip is almost like dreaming underneath a giant bar of ooey-gooey warm chocolate, says Sasha Martin. Enjoy!

    Recipe #502736

    Every mug gently cradles steeped black tea and fresh grated ginger, topped off with creamy milk and sweet spoonfuls of sugar. Spicy and comforting. Served cold, this tea makes for an refreshing poolside sipper. Served hot, this tea will warm your spirit as well as your fingers. This recipe is inspired by the Swahili people of Africa, some of who live in the northern tip of Mozambique. You’ll find similar drinks all in many parts of Africa, where ginger grows easily. Typically, the drink is served hot. Recipe by Sasha Martin.

    Recipe #502676

    The Republic of Maldives is a sunbathed group of islands southwest of India, dotted along the Indian ocean. Lomi Lomi is sweet and tart, spicy and refreshing, yin and yang. Since it only contains three ingredients, the drink comes together very quickly. The method is easy and you can make as little or as much as you like. Enjoy! From Four Seasons Maldives.

    Recipe #502674

    They keep cool in Niger by drinking this hot tea, which makes them sweat, which cools them off. Pleasing on cool days too. From Sasha Martin.

    Recipe #502449

    The neat thing about Ainar is the treat at the bottom of the cup, nuts. After cooking a bunch of warming, fragrant spices like cinnamon, caraway, anise, and nutmeg in a large pot of water, the hot tea is poured over assorted nuts with as much sugar or honey as you can stand. Walnut, almond, and pine nuts are the most common. Anise is said to help mamas recover from childbirth. Recipe from Penzy’s Spices’ 2012 early summer catalog.

    Recipe #502446

    Jamaicans make this with fresh hibiscus, so common in the islands, but you can find it dried at your health food store, some supermarkets, or Whole Foods store. This is Jamaicas answer to iced tea and better for you too! Sometimes allspice berries are added, I have left them out here.

    Recipe #502079

    The Gambia, officially the Republic of The Gambia, is the smallest country on mainland Africa. They love their lemon ginger tea, nice and spicy and sweet! They have good reason to love it, it's so good, like sunshine on a rainy day good! Warning, you must like ginger to enjoy this recipe. Adapted from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #501952

    Rooibos tea is grown in the Western Cape and many coffee shops sell rooibos tea. Red Chai is a great rooibos chai recipe from The Tea Spot. It's also the winner of the October, 2010 About.com Monthly Tea Recipe Contest. Caffeine-free rooibos is a natural fit for masala chai spices and the spices are very clear, thanks to an overnight soaking, and the flavor of the tea to the spices is well balanced.

    Recipe #501900

    Lemongrass and ginger infuse this lightly sweetened, refreshing iced tea with subtle flavor. From about.com.

    Recipe #501807

    Burkina Faso, also known by its short-form name Burkina, is a landlocked country in west Africa. The tea is called Bissap a La Bonne Dame in Burkina Faso, Africa, and enjoyed everyday in the hot weather. Chilled hibiscus tea is light and refreshing. The natural floral tang is a wonderful counterpart to sweet pineapple chunks. I'm traveling the world, making vegetarian or vegan recipes from each country. Some can be especially challenging, lol.

    Recipe #501674

    An authentic Afghanistan tea recipe from bodhileaves blog.

    Recipe #501634

    Lesotho, officially the Kingdom of Lesotho, is a landlocked country, completely surrounded by its only neighbouring country, South Africa. The friendly baristas brew Rooibos tea very, very strong – they actually have a special fine grind that can be run through an espresso machine. The tea comes out a deep red, so dark it’s almost black. You can use any Rooibos tea, I used tea bags. I will be looking for the loose leaf so I can make this again. Rooibos tea has an added bonus, it's caffeine free! And it doesn't get bitter if you simmer it or let it steep a long time.

    Recipe #501451

    Telba is a healthy and refreshingly creamy beverage. Be careful how much you drink, though. Telba is a mild laxative. From whats4eats.

    Recipe #500050

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