Monday, June 28, 2010
This is our first cooking with tea post!
We will be featuring many culinary delights from soups, sauces and tempting desserts!
This recipe was adapted from the cook book "Feeding The Whole Family" by Cynthia Lair.
A traditional Thai soup that uses Coconut milk and Our Lovin' Lemon Tea.
Thai Coconut Soup:
* 2-Tbs. Olive Oil
* 1-Onion finely diced or thinly sliced into half-moons
* 1-tsp. sea salt
* 2-Tbs. Fresh grated ginger
* 2-3 Cloves of garlic, minced
* 1-tsp. ground coriander
* 1-tsp. ground cumin
* 1/3 Cup dry Lovin' Lemon Tea (the dry tea will be added to 3 cups water) You may use 1 cup dry tea for a more enhanced flavor
* 1/2 Pound of cooked organic chicken or organic tofu
* 3 Cups water (this will be infused with our Lovin' Lemon Tea)
* 1 Can of (14 oz. Coconut Milk)
* 3-4 Tbs. of Tamari or Shoyu Sauce
* 1- large bok choy: sliced thin
* 2- Large Carrots sliced in rounds
* 2- Medium potatoes
* 1/2 Cup peas
* 1/4 Cup fresh Cilantro
Step 1: Heat oil in a large pan over medium heat. Stir in Onion, garlic, salt and saute until onions are translucent. add spices: ginger, cumin, coriander. Cook until fragrant. Turn off from heat.
Step 2: prepare the Lovin' Lemon Tea infusion: use a small pot, add the 3 cups water and 1/3 cup of the Lovin' Lemon Tea put over low heat and simmer for 20 mins. Once the tea is rich in color then take off the stove and strain the herbs out. For a stronger, deeper tea flavor, you can make an infusion of this tea the night before to add to your soup!
Step 3: Cook your chicken or tofu. Add onion and spices stirring until done.
Step 4: Cook or gently steam carrots, potatoes and peas. When tender add into your chicken or tofu pan.
Step 5: Stir in coconut milk, Lovin' Lemon Tea or infusion, simmer until all the flavors are blended. About 10-15 mins. Add bok choy simmer another 5 mins. Garnish soup with the cilantro.
This is a quick and easy soup to enjoy! My kids loved it! they even asked to have more for breakfast
the next day!
Order your Lovin' Lemon tea for your soup now!
Lovin' Lemon Tea
how to make your tea infusion see our tea tips page
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
This tea blend of organic Ceylon paired with organic roses is an ancient recipe handed down from eastern origins.
Ceylon tea is a black tea, known for it's unique fruity inherent flavor, and produces a bright golden color in cup. It's a mild cup with smooth flavor.
This tea tea makes a super iced tea too!
get yours today!
Friday, June 11, 2010
We are proud to announce that we are working with this amazing non-profit organization, the Tibetan Stupa project.
We are launching our 'Love in Action' donation program. We will donate 33% of web tea sales when the code 'Tibetan Stupa' is entered at checkout. The funds go directly to support the Tibetan Stupa project.
Tibetan Stupa formed to fund selected construction projects for Tibetans in exile at the Mainpat Tibetan refugee settlement camp in central India, and to provide humanitarian assistance as needed.
~You can contribute to this cause NOW by ordering any of our teas~
When you order a tea from us enter the code 'Tibetan Stupa' at check out and we will donate 33% of each tea sold to this wonderful organization.
Find out more about this project at www.tibetanstupa.org
Bursting with flavor!
Ginger Mountain Ginseng
~Energizing, Refreshing and Nourishing~
Artisan Hand-Crafted from Organic:
Ginger, Spearmint, Peppermint, Eleuthero Root, Sarsaparilla Root, Sassafras Root.
A bit about this blend~
Eluthero root is known for it's healing powers. It's a Adaptogenic herb used for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief.
Eleutherococcus senticosis is more tonifying and nourishing than the true Ginseng's.
Traditionally used to enhance immune function, decrease cortisol levels (stress hormones) and inflammatory response. This herb also promotes improved cognitive and physical performance!
This tea may be enjoyed hot or iced!
Get yours today!
~Ginger Mountain Ginseng~