Recipe – Salmon Parcels

The French call this recipe 'Salmon en croute' but it is basically fresh salmon coated with cream cheese, is desired, cooked inside pastry and it is delicious.  It does not take long to make, especially if you use ready made pastry  and it only takes 20 minutes to cook. I used ready rolled puff pastry …

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Recipe for Tea Smoked Salmon

The versatility of this smoking method is endless. The salmon is spectacular but only one of many recipes that can be created using this tea smoking method. This is one recipe sure to stay in your repertoire. 1 cup Jasmine rice ¾ cup sugar ¾ cup Lapsang Souchong tea 1 ½ -2 lbs Salmon 1 …

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Recipe for Tea Tomato Bisque Soup

When we think of making homemade soup, we think of an all day task that requires several ingredients, including patience. Soup from a can or a box seems to be the simplest route to take. This recipe is one that takes no time at all and is far and away better than anything that comes …

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Recipe for Tea Chicken Skewers

Summer is in full swing, time to bring that barbeque out and get cooking. These wonderful tea chicken skewers work perfectly on the grill. Give this simple recipe a try, and you’re sure to use it over and over again. 1¼ - 1½ lbs skinless boneless chicken thighs 1 tbsp Ceylon black tea 1 cup …

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Recipe for Tea Burgers

The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and it’s a beautiful time to barbeque. Brush the dust off the grill and break it back in with that great American standard of all beef burgers with tea of course. Perfectly seasoned every time with that added special touch of Nilgiri tea. Rave reviews are sure …

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Recipe for Tea Chicken Tacos

The smoky notes in Lapsang Souchong are perfect for this Latin cuisine. The rich depth of flavors in this dish combines to create a symphony of taste on your palate. Latin cuisine holds such bold notes and only a bold tea will do. This flavor combination will work for almost any meat you choose to …

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Recipe for Tea Focaccia Bread

Baking bread can seem very daunting to many. Focaccia is one of the simplest breads to make. If you ever wanted to start making bread but feel a bit overwhelmed, give this lovely recipe a try and you will find it was not nearly as hard as you thought. Using tea in this adds a …

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Recipe for Tea Fruit Salad

Using the word "salad" implies a healthy nutritious meal or side dish. This tea fruit salad takes the salad in a whole new direction. There are plenty of vitamins in this deliciously simple dish, but it provides one lip-smacking devilish tea dressing. This super simple to make dish is perfect for those hot days when …

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Recipe for Tea Carrot Cake

This carrot cake is sure to have you salivating with envy. Just imagine sinking your teeth into this rich, creamy cake with its delectable cream cheese frosting. The only way to make it that much better is to add tea, of course. Put tea in the cake, and then drink that tea with the cake. …

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Recipe for Puerh Tiramisu

Light, creamy and oh so delicious, this Italian based desert is one sure to delight.  Traditionally this is made with coffee but, as that famous misquoted line from The Treasure of the Sierra Madre goes, we don’t need no stinkin’ coffee here. Puerh tea offers the depth and richness that coffee does as well as …

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