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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.

Li Zi Jello cake (0 votes)
Submitted by: Nina K
refreshing and light
Nutty Glazed Sweet Potatoes (20 votes)
Submitted by: Somer Wilson
The warm, nutty flavor of the tea complements this fall favorite.
Creamy Mushroom Pasta (vegan) (20 votes)
Submitted by: Jacob Kunzler
This is a delicious and healthy pasta recipe with very little fat and sodium, and zero cholesterol. It has the natural flavor of mushrooms, herbs, and spices, and gets a rather nice tone from the addition of Li Zi Nutcracker Tea.
Li Zi Nutcracker Rum Muffins (3 votes)
Submitted by: Anna Kipps
These muffins are a delightful treat for autumn and winter. The subtle tea flavor complements the walnuts and rum wonderfully. These muffins will make a great breakfast, or a great side to go along with a hearty soup or stew.
Venison Dirty Tea Rice (3 votes)
Submitted by: James Marko
This is a side dish that can help make any meal a little more rustic. The brown rice combined with Li Zi Nutcracker tea helps give this hearty dish a nutty flavor.
Nutty Pancakes (3 votes)
Submitted by: Michelle Fischer
A gourmet nutty pancake with praline syrup.
Nutcracker Bread Pudding with Hard Sauce (0 votes)
Submitted by: Phyllis Tattershall England
This is a hit at my tea room and a sweet treat for the holidays. Yummy!
Li Zi Winter Squash (5 votes)
Submitted by: Crystal Huff
A dish that can be savory or sweet, depending on how much honey you use. Any winter squash can be used; test recipes were done with hubbard and butternut.
Sugar Plum Fairy Pudding (7 votes)
Submitted by: S. Coles
Add some magic to this holiday treat with Adagio's Li Zi Nutcracker tea.
Irish Tea Bread (0 votes)
Submitted by: Theresa Flores
Traditionally eaten in Ireland while enjoying a cup of tea. This bread has a wonderful flavor of tea and fruit that can be enjoyed any time of day.
LI ZI Jello (0 votes)
Submitted by: Nina K
crunchy,cool and yummy
Tea Turkey Brine (0 votes)
Submitted by: Renee Cook
Since brining turkeys before roasting them is very popular right now, my husband and I brined our turkey with tea with excellent, smoky results.
Kathy's Asian Ribs (0 votes)
Submitted by: Kat Suszczewicz
Pork ribs marinated in a delicious sauce. Unforgettable flavors!


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