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Matcha Handmade Noodles with Light Miso Sauce

Matcha Handmade Noodles with Light Miso Sauce

I am pleasantly surprised by how easy it is to make Matcha pasta / noodles using my favourite kitchen gadget - the breadmaker! So onto Pinterest an...
Ochazuke

Ochazuke

Ochazuke (tea over cooked rice) is an excellent light meal for those hot summer days that you are too lazy to cook! Genmaicha Green Tea is now available at Teas.com.au

 

Miso Oolong Congee

Miso Oolong Congee

Breakfast is often neglected in busy modern life. Yet it is the most important meal everyday. Congee, the Chinese rice porridge, is easy to make...
Best tea to make iced tea

Best tea to make iced tea

Q: I am not a fan of hot tea, but I really enjoy iced tea. Could you please recommend some teas which are ideally suited for making iced tea? Do you have any teas that […]

 

Okonomiyaki with Noodle and Matcha Fried Onion

Okonomiyaki with Noodle and Matcha Fried Onion

Okonomiyaki is like a ‘"Japanese pizza", made with flour, eggs, shredded cabbage, meat and topped with a variety of condiments. It is a specialt...
Hong Kong Style Milk Tea

Hong Kong Style Milk Tea

There are a lot of stories about how to make this silky-smooth favourite cup from this buzzing oriental city. Here are the quick guide to how to make this energising brew to give you the "RedBull" effect to start your day!

Jasmine Tea Miso Spaghetti with Sweet White Wine

Jasmine Tea Miso Spaghetti with Sweet White Wine

A beautiful sweet white wine with rose jasmine tea creates a fantastic light sauce for this fusion spaghetti dish. Light yet gratifying. Ingredient...
Earl Grey Latte (London Fog)

Earl Grey Latte (London Fog)

Love Earl Grey and frothy milk (imagine that white mustache!)? Try this soothing Earl Grey Latte. Makes 2 3/4 cup boiling water 1 heap tab...
Earl Grey Blueberry Cake

Earl Grey Blueberry Cake

A zingy cupcake with refreshing Earl Grey tea to "lighten" the load a bit. A great afternoon treat with, yes, a cup of Earl Grey Ceylon tea of ...
Oolong Koeksister (deep fried bread)

Oolong Koeksister (deep fried bread)

In South Africa, there is a sweet pastry known as a “koeksister” (literally translated as “cake sister” and pronounced “cook-sister”). It is like sweet deep fried bread and is often enjoyed during Easter. This Oolong Koeksisters is a delightful twist to this tasty hot bread.