Top Rated Green Tea Recipes

Green Tea Sour
In China, the most common drink for the past 10 years or so has been Chivas and green tea. The green tea is often also blended with jasmine and sugar, which leads to a sweet floral flavor. In honor of the Chinese New Year, José Andrés’ China Poblano, located inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, has created a special cocktail using those base flavors to create a nice, refreshing whiskey sour.  
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Green Tea Latte Recipe
Green tea lattes aren’t made with green tea. Instead they are made with matcha, a fine green tea powder made from shade-grown tealeaves. The lack of sunlight results in a tealeaf that is a vibrant green color and rich in flavor.
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Woojeon is the "first flush" of green tea picked in South Korea, meaning that it is the earliest picked in the season. The leaves are therefore tender, delicate, and rarer than later-picked leaves. Remember to pay attention to both the temperature and the timing — if the tea steeps for too long, the flavor will turn bitter.
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Pooja Mattl, author of The 3 Day Reset, has high praise for this green tea variation: “For those unfamiliar with the flavor of green tea or those who find it too bitter, this kind of green tea offers a more palatable alternative as the beautiful, strong aroma and flavor of jasmine offsets the bitterness and at the same time, captivates the senses.”  Read more about How Iced Tea Can Help You Stay Slim  
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Healthline
Green tea’s benefits are nearly endless. In a mixed drink, it’s a light way to bring some antioxidants into your party.This recipe is provided by Healthline.
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Green Tea Toddy
Emphasize the tea aspect of this classic cocktail by infusing bourbon and sparkling water with green tea. This latest take on the hot toddy stands out from the pack while still being incredibly easy to replicate at home.This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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How to take your summer cocktail from indulgent to totally healthy? Add a dose of one of nature’s healthiest elixirs: green tea. The original recipe from Bonavita tea and coffee company asks for two teaspoons of sugar, but you can cut it down to one teaspoon for a skinnier experience. 
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Due to its high tannin levels, the brewing process for green tea is fairly precise.
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Matcha Green Tea
Green tea has a variety of health benefits and ice cream leads to optimum happiness! Just don’t get brain freeze!Click here to see more Healthy, International Cooking at Home.
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Jasmine Green Tea Shrimp
I was so excited to create this delicious dish, not only because I love cooking with tea, but because I used a new fabulous ingredient for this recipe, ghee. I thought this would be a delicious dish to incorporate delicious flavors of tea and ghee — a savory shrimp dish that is perfect for a lunch atop your salad or a dinner atop steamed wild rice.
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Poached Green Tea Tarragon Chicken
Cooking with tea is one of my favorite ways to create a unique taste in any dish, from rice to tofu and chicken to stews... Not only does this green tea create an incredible aroma and delicious taste, it’s full of antioxidants. So, put down that cup of tea and pour those leaves into your favorite dish. It may just surprise you. Have you ever cooked with tea?
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Green Tea Hammantaschen
When I was visiting Paris in 2011, I saw macarons, chocolate candies, and even cakes made with green tea powder (matcha). Green tea is an antioxidant and believed to reduce the risks of cancer and heart disease, so this is a hamantaschen that is also good for you. I fill these with apricot jam, but you can substitute any flavor you like. You can find kosher-certified green tea powder (matcha) online.
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