Matcha is an A-list celebrity among chefs!
Matcha is by far the easiest and versatile tea to use in sweet and savoury dishes. This time we are going to show you some of our favourite recipes using Matcha.
They are so delicious, you will want more!
Matcha which before was just common in the Japanese tea ceremony and Japanese cakes is now edible in more ways.
As we tried infusing it into different food, we discovered matcha is a wonderful ingredient that compliments a lot of sweet stuff with its Earthy taste. It also adds an amazing color apart from the flavor it gives.
Here are our favourite matcha tea recipes:
This recipe is so easy that we have evidence when Salina’s 3-year old daughter made it. No baking. Give it a try!
★★★★★ ; Easy-peasy.
Perfect combining of green tea matcha with chocolate and added with nuts in a cookie. Won’t fail to please. Great to go with a hot chai.
★★★★★ ; Yummo!
The comforts of fresh warm bread that is easy to make and with a new twist of mixing cheese and tea into it… Uhm-hmm.
★★★★☆ ; A bit more involved, but worth the work.
One of our newer tea recipes that duplicates the favourite Japanese sweets showcases how matcha is great with sweets.
★★★★☆ ; Patience involved.
An ode to Starbucks’ famous green tea frappe. Refreshing alternative to good old milkshake with artificial syrups!
★★★★★ ; Real good stuff.
So now, have fun by heading to your kitchens and start trying these recipes. We are sure you will love tea even more.
This article is part of the “Explore Matcha” mini series. It is designed to give you short and sweet dose of tea info.
Explore Matcha series covers –
- What is Matcha
- Matcha, Traditionally
- Matcha Recipes (kitkat, tiramisu and more)
- Let’s Go Matcha Crazy
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