Thursday, 11 October 2012

Sri Lankan Ginger Tea Recipe


Sri Lankan Ginger Tea

Sri Lankan Ginger Tea is one of the popular recipes among Sri Lankans to use Ceylon Black Tea. We are proud of our Ceylon Tea, which is considered as a high quality tea around the world. This Ginger Tea Recipe is very simple, but my blog is not completed if I don’t post a Ceylon Tea Recipe.
Ceylon Tea

Therefore here is the recipe of how to prepare Sri Lankan Ginger Tea.
Ceylon Black Tea

Ingredients (for 1 cup of tea)
1 tea bag or 1 tspn loose tea (Ceylon Black Tea)
1 tspn of grated/crushed ginger
1-2 trpn of Sugar (as per taste)
1 cup of boiling water

Method
Boil water.
Before preparing the tea, warm the tea pot by adding a small amount of boiling water to the pot. Swirl the water & remove before preparing the tea.
Place tea bag in a tea pot & pour boiling water into it. Add crushed ginger. Cover the teapot. Allow to simmer about 4 minutes.

Strain the tea into serving cups & add sugar to taste. Instead of sugar, you can add honey or other sweetener.
Serve hot!!
For better results, do not infuse tea more than 5 minutes.
Ceylon Black Tea with Ginger

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21 comments:

  1. I love ginger! nice relaxing tea
    Great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  2. Perfect for this cold weather..:))
    Reva

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  3. Awesome clicks! Beautiful presentation Amy.

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  4. love the addition of ginger..

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  5. Simple & refreshing flavoured tea!!

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  6. My husband is great fan of tea !! Will try this !! Looks so refreshing !!

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  7. Awesome clicks Amy. Love your simple ginger tea recipe. It is not only favourite in Sri Lanka, it is hot favourite in India too.

    Today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.com/2012/10/tomato-date-chutney-award.html

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  8. Hey dear, I love ginger tea & my spa serves that. Gosh, feel like drinking some now!

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  9. Just stumbled across your lovely site and want to say thanks for all of the interesting information.
    Cheers
    Mamat

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  10. Just stumbled across your lovely site and want to say thanks for all of the interesting information.
    Cheers
    Mamat

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  11. thanks for following! lovely blog ;) I followed back!

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  12. OMG, that looks delicious :o
    Thank for sharing <3
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  13. Returning the follower love! So glad I visited your blog so many yummy recipes!

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  14. What a lovely blog Darlin! Following you back ;)

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  15. Hi Amy,
    What a lovely cup of tea that I would really enjoy! Hope you have a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  16. Just looking at the tea pot, takes away all the stress, what a stress buster?
    Love tea & coffee in any form, they are a charmer!!
    The pics look amazing, Amy.

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  17. Thanks for sharing Sri-Lankan ginger tea recipe. It's indeed an amazing recipe and to make by myself I'm quite excited to follow such recipe.
    benefits of ginger

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