Ever wanted to try a Thai Iced Tea Recipe at home? Well, here is your chance. This is an easy recipe for Thai Ice Tea.
There are a few ingredients that make this tea really special, the spices and the evaporated milk. You need to get these right. No substitutes for the evaporated milk (in a can - thick and sweet) or it just won't be right.
Recipe for Thai Iced Tea
Traditional Thai Ice Tea
3 cups of cold, fresh water
4 Thai tea bags (found in most Asian food stores)
2 tablespoons white sugar
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1 teaspoons ground cardamom
6 mint leaves for garnish
half a cup evaporated milk
Bring water to a boil in a kettle. Place the tea bags, cinnamon and cardamom in a bowl. Pour 3 cups boiling water over the tea bags and spices, and the sugar.
Let it steep for five minutes, and remove the tea bags. Let the tea cool to lukewarm.
For a blended thai tea:
Place 2 cups of ice in a blender, add tea, sugar, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and evaporated milk. Blend till ice is crushed.
Pour into tall glasses and serve with a couple of mint leaves and serve.
For a more traditional Thai Tea:
Fill tall glasses 2/3 full with ice cubes, add equal parts tea and evaporated milk, sprinkle with cinnamon, and garnish with peppermint.
You will love it!
Thai Iced Tea Video
This is a great video that will walk you through making Thai Iced Tea at home. If you are thinking about making Thai Tea, take the time to watch the video, it's worth the watch.
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