Somalian tea

Somalian tea created by Rita1652

Stopping in Somalia on a virtual Round the World foodie tour...here's the recipe I found.

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  • Place the mixture in the bottom of the teapot and pour in boiling water.
  • Let it steep for several minutes, and add a generous amount of sugar.
  • Pour milk into each tea cup, add tea to milk and serve.
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"Stopping in Somalia on a virtual Round the World foodie tour...here's the recipe I found."
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  1. Elmotoo
    I LOVE nutmeg...this tea is delicious. I have a 4c pot & added 1TB sugar per cup & will cut back next time. It didn't get very dark. Thank you!
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  2. hakee
    Every since my brother gave me a cup of this Somalian tea from his family's restaurant, I've been <br/>hook every since. So I asked him to give me the recipe, however I can't get it to taste like the restaurant.This is a everyday tea.
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  3. Rita1652
    I`ve made teas like this before but not Somalian tea. I do wish amounts for water, milk and sugar was posted! First look at the nutritional facts will through you off when making this. I tried it without sugar But it did need a sweetener so I added honey my choice. I steeped with fresh ginger and peppercorns. This is very close to chai. Which does mean tea!
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  4. Rita1652
    Somalian tea Created by Rita1652
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  5. Mr. whats cooking
    this was really good cuz.......I'am from somalian so everything tastes and smells good
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