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Recipes with tea. A traditional Dragonwell Shrimp recipe is presented, as well as a delicious matcha mochi (sticky sweet rice) filled with peanuts.

Recipes with tea. A traditional Dragonwell Shrimp recipe is presented, as well as a delicious matcha mochi (sticky sweet rice) filled with peanuts.

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Cooking with Tea - 1st Annual Texas Tea Festival presentation

  1. 1. Cooking with Té Connie Lacobie Té House of Tea, Houston Texas Tea Festival 2015 v.2
  2. 2. Dragonwell Shrimp a simple, tasty savory dish
  3. 3. Steps Devein 1 pound of shrimp and set aside heat 1/2 cup of water to 175º F, and steep 4 teaspoons of dragonwell tea for 30 seconds. Separate leaves and liquor, and set aside add 1 ounce sunflower seed & red palm oil to a skillet, over high heat
  4. 4. meanwhile, blend together 1 tablespoon cornstarch & 1 egg white. Stir in shrimp, to marinate when the skillet is hot, add a 2nd ounce of cool oil, and immediately add in shrimp. Stir fry quickly, 1 minute Remove to strainer
  5. 5. Add a little oil to another skillet, turn to high heat Toss in thumb-size amount of minced ginger Add 2 tablespoons rose sherry Stir, reduce to medium heat. Stir in tea leaves
  6. 6. Stir in shrimp. Stir fry for 1 minute. If shrimp is a bit dry, pour in the tea liquor to taste. Serve! Great with rice.
  7. 7. Matcha Mochi A Sweet Rice Dessert
  8. 8. Steps With a microwaveable bowl, add 1 cup sticky (glutinous) rice, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1 tablespoon matcha, 1/4 teaspoon salt, & 1 cup of water. Stir Cover bowl with tight lid, or wrap with plastic wrap & poke 3 holes Microwave for 3 minutes on high heat
  9. 9. Remove from microwave, and stir very well Spread 1/2 cup of corn starch on a prep table, plop down the mixture (do not let it cool) divide into 8 pieces Roll a piece onto corn starch, press in center
  10. 10. Stuff piece with desired fillings. Favorites include: peanuts and brown sugar (depicted here) red beans paste Fold tight while dough is still hot Roll in corn starch. Top with unsweetened coconut Repeat for other pieces
  11. 11. Lapsang Souchong Beer Can Turkey Tea Eggs Matcha Pound Cake Other Ideas
  12. 12. presentation will be available on www.tehouseoftea.com Thank You!

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