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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.

Jasmine Tea Glaze for Pork or Chicken (2 votes)
Submitted by: Laurie Ann Hall
Jasmine tea is used to make a glaze that is especially good on pork.
Jasmine Tea Cookies (31 votes)
Submitted by: Lana Y
Light and crispy jasmine tea cookies—perfect with afternoon tea!
Jasmine-Scented Crème Brûlée (8 votes)
Submitted by: Melody Fassino
The delicate sweetness of the jasmine tea adds an elegant layer of flavor to a basic crème brûlée. This is a wonderful, rich dessert to serve to guests.
Jasmine Bread Pudding (2 votes)
Submitted by: Dawn Niermann
Delicious, creamy bread pudding with just a hint of Jasmine.
Jasmine Cheesecake (3 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Classic New York cheesecake infused with jasmine tea, served with a raspberry/jasmine sauce.
Jasmine Shortbread Cookies (0 votes)
Submitted by: Cordelia Stipe
Great for afternoon tea or coffee. Also a great addition to a food gift basket.
Jasmine Tea Rice Pudding (2 votes)
Submitted by: Rima Zobayan
This is a regular rice pudding with subtle hint of jasmine tea to make it even more delicious.
Jasmine Spice Cake with a Jasmine Glaze (4 votes)
Submitted by: Frank Panko
A spice cake with a hint of jasmine. This is a great way to use your jasmine tea.
Chocolate Jasmine Truffles (10 votes)
Submitted by: Lurline Wagner
Truffles can be made 1 week ahead and chilled, or 1 month ahead and frozen in an airtight container.
Pink Pear Pork Chops (3 votes)
Submitted by: Leigh Robb
This is a recipe a friend gave me from one of her books, modified for this month's TeaChef. I think it is a lovely autumn recipe.
Jasmine Apple Pie (1 votes)
Submitted by: Katherine Prioli
This is a light jasmine-flavored apple pie, perfect for a crisp fall day.
Jasmine Tea For Two Soufflé (15 votes)
Submitted by: Phyllis Tattershall England
Jasmine-infused microwaved souffles
Jasmine Orange Chicken (4 votes)
Submitted by: Kathy Larson Rogers
This is a sweet and tangy dish with soft floral notes of jasmine.
Jasmine Bellini (1 votes)
Submitted by: Leslie Larson
This is a light and delicious brunch or dinner drink sure to please your guest.
Jasmine-Bittersweet Chocolate Pots de Crème (1 votes)
Submitted by: Andreas Judas
The hint of jasmine highlights the chocolate flavor of these creamy custards with floral notes.
Jasmine Tea Poached Pears (4 votes)
Submitted by: Matthew Petty
Jasmine tea takes a trip down Pear Lane with this delicate amaretto and balsamic vinegar treatment to poaching pears.
Jasmine Bread (1 votes)
Submitted by: dan schuler
Jasmine tea adds interest to this yeast bread. Use dough to make pretzels, French bread, a braided loaf, or whatever you can imagine.
Bagman's Broth (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Scotch broth with that little extra.
Jasmine Tea Dressing / Glaze (2 votes)
Submitted by: Laurie Ann Hall
Jasmine tea is used as a versatile base for a summery salad dressing (i liked this with arugula and strawberries).
Beef Broth with Jasmine Tea (6 votes)
Submitted by: Dorothy Black
An elegant broth with just a few pieces of vegetable, meat, and shrimp for interest.
Jasmine Vinaigrette with Salad Greens (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Try using this for a salad of mixed greens, water chestnuts, and toasted almonds
Bitter Honeyed Apple (0 votes)
Submitted by: Natalie Edwards
A burst of aromatic fruity-floral goodness. A warming cold weather snack.
Chocolate Jasmine Flourless Bonbon Cake (0 votes)
Submitted by: Malissa Melrose
Experience the rich decadence of chocolate paired with a hint of delicate jasmine. This flourless chocolate cake is filled with white chocolate Parisian cream and surrounded by a shell of chocolate glaze.
Jasmine Rice (0 votes)
Submitted by: Sandi Hunt
Using your rice cooker, first determine the serving size.
Floral Tea (0 votes)
Submitted by: CAROLE TURCO
Enjoy your floral tea with biscuits and crystallized flowers at the tea hour.
Jasmin Odalisque (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
This is a gracefully fragrant tea. With a floral-citrusy flavour, it is sure to thrill your tastebuds.

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