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Using Teas in Your Food

Cassandra J Poyong

Posted on August 06 2018

Don’t let your teas go to waste. Every so often we buy quality loose leaf teas, only to drink them for a week and then we forget about them. If not kept properly, they might just get mouldy, which is a waste. Here at Tea Bird Tea we are serious about wasting our resources, that equally goes with our teas too.

Want to get more out of your teas? Here is one recipe that uses loose leaves, so you can eat them when you get bored of drinking them.

 

Green Tea Salt

Green Tea Salt

Makes: A jar of Green Tea Salt

Use: Sprinkle on fruits/ appetizers to add depth in flavour

 

Ingredients:       3 Tablespoons of Green Tea Tea Bird Tea

                          1 Tablespoons of Celtic Salt/ Kosher Salt/ Table Salt

 

Method: ‘Fry’ Green Tea loose leaves over low heat in pan without using any oil. This crisps up and gives bolder flavor to the green teas. Do this for 15 seconds. Add salt into pan and ‘fry’ for 10 seconds. Wait for condiment to cool down and transfer to a clean container.

 Try it on:

1.Grilled Salmon

2.Cold watermelon pieces

3.Over Popcorn

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