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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.

Earthy Grilled Chicken (2 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
This smoky/earthy rub adds a summer barbecue flavor to a healthy winter meal.
Savory Tea Scones (1 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
This is a healthy recipe as olive oil substitutes for the usual butter, oatmeal gives a rustic texture, and pu'erh adds a subtle but earthy flavor.
Butterscotch Breakfast Buns (17 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
A sweet yet savory bun, perfect for a quick breakfast.
Grilled Pu'erh Fish Fillets (1 votes)
Submitted by: Michelle Fischer
Smoky grill flavor makes a tasty fish entrée. Try serving with grilled zucchini or sweet corn.
Cheesy Pu'erh Dinner Rolls (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
These cheesy dinner rolls are elevated by the subtle flavor of pu'erh. The pungent nature of the pu'erh complements cheese very nicely. These are great to eat with dinner or as a stand-alone snack.
Chewy Pu'erh Ginger Snap Cookies (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
This is a fun cookie recipe because depending on which pu'erh you use and how it is brewed, no 2 batches will ever be quite the same. The nature of the cookies and spices used complement the earthy flavor of pu'erh.
Pu’erh Dante Grilled Salmon with Snow Peas (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
With its earthy, deep taste and what many tasters have referred to as a nearly fishy aftertaste, Pu'erh Dante can be challenging to even the most experienced palate. Its bold, smoky flavor profile match well to grilled foods, and what better way to match (or mask) the fishy taste than to pair it with a firm, flaky salmon steak.
Inferno Salmon (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Salmon marinated in Pu'erh Dante and then seared with the leaves. Amounts given per one serving; easy to multiply.
Tea Braised Lamb (1 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Perfect for family holiday dinners.
Mushroom and Lobster Risotto (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Tasty and earthy risotto with dried mushrooms and succulent lobster. The Pu'erh Dante blends well with the earthiness of the mushrooms but is mild enough to not overpower the lobster flavor.
Mushroom and Lobster Risotto (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Tasty and earthy risotto with dried mushrooms and tender succulent lobster. The Pu-Erh Dante blends well with the earthy ness of the mushrooms but is mild enough to not over power the lobster flavors.
Lo Mai Gai: Sticky Rice in Lotus Leaves (0 votes)
Submitted by: amanda wilson
These delicious pockets are a great complement to Chinese tea and my favorite thing to eat while drinking pu'erh.
Pu'erh Dante Rugelach (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
The tea included in this traditional European pastry recipe adds an extra zing to the traditional recipe. Any tea can be used, but Pu'erh Dante adds an earthy taste that complements the walnuts and brings out the raspberry flavor.
Pu Erh Dante Fig Smoothie (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
The pu erh flavor could be a bit strong for some so reducing the amount of tea used, or adding more orange juice could be helpful.
Pu Erh Dante Fig Smoothie (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
The pu erh flavor could be a bit strong for some so reducing the amount of tea used, or adding more orange juice could be helpful.
Pu Erh Dante Fig Smoothie (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
The pu erh flavor could be a bit strong for some so reducing the amount of tea used, or adding more orange juice could be helpful.
Pu Erh Dante Fig Smoothie (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
The pu erh flavor could be a bit strong for some so reducing the amount of tea used, or adding more orange juice could be helpful.
Pu'erh Dante Fig Smoothie (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
The pu'erh flavor could be a bit strong for some, so reducing the amount of tea used (or adding more orange juice) could be helpful.
Secret Chicken Salad (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
I love having a different flavor to my tea sandwiches as many of them tend to be rather bland. This can also be used for a luncheon salad, served on a bed of lettuce. This recipe always has favorable reviews and has them guessing!
Secret Chicken Salad (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
A fun salad to use for luncheons on a bed of lettuce, or a tasty filling for tea sandwiches.
Pu'erh Dante Smoked Chicken (0 votes)
Submitted by: Anonymous
Pu'erh Dante tea by Adagio is smoky, caramely, and rich. We use it to make tea-smoked chicken. The meat is juicy, tender, and extremely flavorful. The skin is salty and smoky and so very yummy.


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