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

Surf and Turf with a Treat (16 votes)
Submitted by: Michelle Fischer
surf and turf, grilled, baked or broiled to perfection every time. For a no salt all natural recipe omit the sea salt and a special dessert treat
Barbegrill Sauce (0 votes)
Submitted by: Dorothy Black
Try for any grilled meat. Delicious on chicken. Try brushing the chicken first with lemon juice, then this sauce.
Gunpowder Baked Beans (2 votes)
Submitted by: cyndy juergens
A different take on the traditional picnic dish.
Gunpowder Mango Salsa (1 votes)
Submitted by: Dawn Lowe-Wincentsen
This fruity salsa is sweet on the lips, then bites back.
Gunpowder Lentil Stew (4 votes)
Submitted by: Ann Allison
The gunpowder tea gives this stew a subtle smoky flavor. Freezes well.
Tea Glazed Almonds (2 votes)
Submitted by: M Hall
Delicious, simple, and healthy snack. Good at tea time or anytime you need just a bite of something special.
Moroccan Mint Ice Cream (1 votes)
Submitted by: Amy White
An ice cream recipe using gunpowder tea as popularly used in Moroccan Mint Tea.
Slooow Gunpowder Chai (4 votes)
Submitted by: Nichole Mattke
This is a fabulous way to make a great Chai in your crock-pot.
Bittersweet Chocolate Chip Cookies (0 votes)
Submitted by: Sam Bowman
A more-or-less standard recipe made with bittersweet chocolate and strained gunpowder pulp.
Chocolate and Tea Chip Cookies (1 votes)
Submitted by: Sam Bowman
A more-or-less standard recipe made with bittersweet chocolate and toasted pieces of gunpowder tea.
Couscous with a Bang! (1 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Gunpowder tea is often associated with Morocco, as is couscous. This dish blends the two together unexpectedly.
Gunpowder Curried Chicken (7 votes)
Submitted by: Laurel Smith
Marinating the chicken in the tea gives it a nice softness. Bonus: recipe is gluten free!
Explosive Tilapia (1 votes)
Submitted by: Angelique Blackburn
This EASY tilapia has a spicy finish and gunpowder adornment. Can be altered for lemony or buttery flavor.
Banging Minestrone Soup (0 votes)
Submitted by: Nina K
Great change from the same old same old
Gunpowder Carrot Chutney (2 votes)
Submitted by: Danielle S
This is a wonderfully complex chutney, sweet and sour and spicy and earthy, and makes a great condiment to go with most anything served with rice.
Gunpowder Shrimp (5 votes)
Submitted by: Adam Gourley
This is absolutely delicious. I love the citrus smokiness.
Gunpowder Hibiscus Tea (0 votes)
Submitted by: Joseph Warbington
Combining hibiscus with green tea gives it a light fruity taste and flowery aroma. Useful for relaxation and lowering blood pressure (hibiscus).
Southeast Asian Shrimp and Gunpowder Tea Soup (1 votes)
Submitted by: John Ditmars
Flavorful and healthy ingredients combine in this Asian-inspired dish, made distinct by the addition of gunpowder tea.
Gunpowder Shrimp (0 votes)
Submitted by: juliann wasisco
Delicious tea-flavored shrimp with rice. Makes 1 serving but easy to double or triple.

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