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PostSubject: Thai Iced Tea Cha Yen   Mon Dec 10, 2012 12:28 pm


Ingredients: Serves 2.

2 Thai tea bags
3 cups hot water
2 tsp. milk (any fat percentage is ok)
2 tbsp. brown sugar
2 tbsp. sweet condensed milk


Bring 3 cups of hot water to a boil.
Add teabags and let steep for approximately 3 minutes on low heat. (Youíll know when the tea is done by taste testing it. You can make it as strong as you like.)
Take teabags out. Set aside.
Add 1 tbsp. brown sugar and 1 tbsp. sweet condensed milk to each glass. Mix well.
Add hot tea to glasses in equal portions. Adding the tea while hot will make it easier for the brown sugar and sweet condensed milk to dissolve.
Whisk with a fork until the brown sugar and sweet condensed milk are dissolved.
Let tea cool (I put it in the freezer to expedite the cooling process).
Add 1 tsp. milk per glass. No need to mix but you can if you want.
Top with ice.


Donít throw away the tea bags! Scatter tea leaves (which are acidic) around your acid-loving outdoor plants and shrubs, such as dogwood, gardenia and hibiscus. Keep a sharp eye on your plants when you first begin using tea leaves as mulch. Tea leaves naturally contain fluoride, which, if used to excess, can damage some plants.

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