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Below are a few of the many creatively delicious recipes we've received in the past featuring various teas.

Lime and Green Tea Scallops with Pasta and Peas (8 votes)
Submitted by: Tami Schattner
The drying of the green tea, lime zest, and salt mixture can be time consuming, but the leftover mixture is an excellent seasoning for any grilled or sautéed seafood dish.
Pan Seared Ahi Tuna With Roasted Potatoes (20 votes)
Submitted by: Laird Maresch
A hearty meal for a cold night, with the subtle earthy flavor of the green pekoe tea recalling a walk through the woods.
Green Pekoe Brined Pork Loin (31 votes)
Submitted by: M Hall
A moist and delicious pork loin with subtle flavoring.
Chocolate Tea Cookies (2 votes)
Submitted by: betsy moore
These tasty cookies combine the rich tea-flavored chocolate ganache with a crispy cookie, perfect for a light dessert or afternoon tea time.
Orange Pekoe Tea Cakes (14 votes)
Submitted by: Kelli Bernard
Melted white chocolate infused with green pekoe tea is the secret ingredient to this incredibly fast and easy cake. Topped with orange pekoe icing, the end result is a perfectly moist, sweet cake perfect for any afternoon tea.
Green Pekoe Pound Cake (0 votes)
Submitted by: Jen Roberts
A hint of green pekoe tea adds a beautiful accent to the rich pound cake.
Carrot Walnut Cake with Green Tea Frosting (22 votes)
Submitted by: Heidi Shortz
This cake is a perfect balance of sweet but not sugary. The green pekoe adds a tangy but smooth flavor to the frosting. The tea leaves in the cake emphasize the carrots and walnuts, giving the cake depth. This cake is best as a relaxing treat, and not a grab and go quick sugar fix.
Green Tea Risotto with Zucchini (2 votes)
Submitted by: Dawn Lowe-Wincentsen
The delicate flavor of green pekoe flavors this risotto, set off by shredded zucchini. This is a good side dish to chicken or seafood, or as a vegetarian main dish.
Almond and Pekoe Breaded Chicken (2 votes)
Submitted by: Angie Seaman
A wonderful chicken dish, served over fried rice with a soy gravy.
Green Pekoe Citrus Marinade (2 votes)
Submitted by: Pam Smith
This easy marinade really showcases the subtle flavor of Adagio's green pekoe tea. Excellent on chicken, fish, or pork.
Green Tea Cheesecake and Peach/Raspberry Macédoine (1 votes)
Submitted by: Susan Stumbaugh
Classic cheesecake recipe, modified with earthy green tea and a fun topping.
Gingered Almond Tea Cookies (3 votes)
Submitted by: J Ranzini
Ginger, almonds, and green pekoe tea combine for a simple and delicious dessert. These would be the perfect ending to a Chinese meal, especially when served alongside a plate of fresh orange slices and a pot of tea.
Vegetable Soup (7 votes)
Submitted by: Dorothy Black
A hearty vegetable soup with endless variations.
Green Tea Granita with Whipped Cream (0 votes)
Submitted by: Margaret Ortigo
A classic icy recipe. Easy to make and delicious to cool you down on a hot summer day. The heavy cream makes it smooth.
Beef Pekoe No-Fuss Slow-Cooked Soup (1 votes)
Submitted by: Nichole Mattke
Beef barley has long been a favorite soup, but I've found that beef pekoe soup is also a great warm treat for cold winter dinners!
Asian Tea Chicken and Noodles (0 votes)
Submitted by: W.C. Wood
The scent of green pekoe tea subtly enhances the flavor of both the chicken and the noodles. Customize recipe by choosing your preferred type of noodles, preparing different vegetables, or using more or less of the sauce.
Tea-Dressed Greens (0 votes)
Submitted by: Erica Lake
Tea lends an unconventional flavor to this homemade salad dressing.
Steak Marinade (1 votes)
Submitted by: Michelle Fischer
A unique marinade for beef, chicken, or seafood
Green Pekoe Tea Vinaigrette (0 votes)
Submitted by: Annabel Alafriz
The subtle, mellow tones of green pekoe complement raspberry's higher notes for this light salad dressing.
Indian River Tea Scones (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
A delicious tea scone flavored with green pekoe tea, orange juice, and pecans
Green Pekoe Rice Pudding (0 votes)
Submitted by: Patricia Turrisi
The tea not only adds a subtle flavor to the coconut, milk, and rice in this recipe but also imparts a beautiful color and texture.
White Chocolate Green Pekoe Truffles (0 votes)
Submitted by: Erin Cade
White chocolate offsets the flavors of the green pekoe tea
Peachy Green Tea Smoothie (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Replacing juice with green tea in a fruit smoothie reduces sugar and adds valuable antioxidants, plus a refreshing flavor.

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