Sri Lankan Ginger Tea

Time for a little tea. This one is perfect for the season: warming, gingery, sweet. Simple, but wonderful. Enjoy.

 

Ginger tea

Four o’clock tea

 

Sri Lankan Ginger Tea

 

Recipe by Jasmine

 

black tea – 1 tea bag, or 1 – 2 tsp of loose tea

About 1.5 cm cube of ginger root, finely grated

500 ml water

1 – 2 tsp of sugar, or to taste

 

Make the tea as usual, in a tea pot if you have one (the quantities I used are above, and are more suggestions than directions). I hear warming up the tea pot beforehand is obligatory, but can’t say for sure. Add finely grated ginger and sugar, and let it steep for a few minutes. The longer you keep it, the more gingery it will get, and therefore slightly spicier. Enjoy!

 

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More Sri Lankan recipes on this blog

 

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  1. Hej drago mi je da si opet aktivana.
    Čaj s đumbirom jako volim, a ova tvoja fotka je baš prekrasna i nekako romantična.🙂

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  2. I have been missing and almost stopped blog hopping.. I need a cup of this right now – the warmth of the ginger..

    Hope you have been good.

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  3. Hmmm, this looks like it could be the perfect thing after a wintery day in the garden!

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  4. hej, ja se cijelo vrijeme pitam sto je s tobom i onda napokon, s zakasnjenjem od dva tjedna, ugledam sa strane na mom popisu blogova objavu za ovaj recept…:)
    drago mi je da si opet tu.
    caj cu probati jer obozavam sve vrte cajeva.:)

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  5. like the new photos on your blog and that tea! warm, inviting, sweet, what could be better to spend a quiet moment by the fireplace?

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  6. Have a great New Year maninas

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  7. Happy New Year to you and all your dear ones. We have out of touch for so long. I hope everything is okay.

    hugs
    Soma

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