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Here are the wonderful recipes that we've received spotlighting this month's featured tea. Please review them thoroughly and vote for the entry that you find the most interesting and creatively delicious use of this tea.

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.
Please Contact Me. Help! (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
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Sharry (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
This is a really ineirtsteng post: original thinking, I'd say.But I'm not so sure how hard ought to be pushed. I know you have a lot of experience with aged roasted teas by now, and your experience has been quite good on the whole. But I wonder if you have any way of knowing that some really low-quality leaf, with enough heat and time, got transmuted into a cup you really enjoyed.Houjicha, like the low-grade bancha they serve in most Japanese restaurants, is a tea I've often tried to enjoy, but each time I fail.On second thought, though, houjicha is such a common tea, there must be lots of it lying around after being neglected for a decade or more. Your idea can't be that hard to test right now!


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