Total Time
25mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

From koreanrecipes.org.If spicy is not your thing,don't boil it for that long.Just a little simmer to get it just the way you like it.Koreans eat very spicy food so I'm not surprised by boiling it for 25-30 minutes.Even though I love hot food,for me even the 15 minutes was too much.I suggest to taste it and turn off the heat when is suites your taste.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Clean the ginger well
  2. Rinse the cinnamon in cold water.
  3. Thin slice the ginger.
  4. Put the ginger, cinnamon, and water into a pot.
  5. Boil it on medium (or low) heat for about 25-30 minutes.
  6. Sieve the ginger and cinnamon. (Use a white straining cloth if you can, to catch the small dirt from the cinnamon).
  7. Serve it in a tea cup. (You can also add some pine nuts and honey).
Most Helpful

This was a really great recipe, though I thought the ginger was a little too strong. I added the honey, but a little more than what was called for.

Studentchef January 24, 2011

Turned out well with changes to time and proportions. I did this by guessing at proportions for my taste and simmering for way less time. I also used more organic unpasteurized (not the same as raw sadly it still is heated to filter I understand) honey but that is a preference of honey love anyway! Made for Veggie Swap 30 ~ January 2011.

UmmBinat January 03, 2011

I quartered the recipe and thought the amount of ginger was okay, but next time wouldn't cook it so long. I enjoyed the tea with a little more honey and really enjoyed the pine nuts! And I added a little more water at the end. Thanks for a yummy tea! Made for Australian Recipe Swap-Feb. 2010.

Sharon123 February 07, 2010