Moroccan Tea

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Moroccan Tea

By January 11, 2014

This is my week 2 and 2nd day of my Blogging Marathon # 36 and I am posting under African recipes. I was so eagerly browsing through many recipes and I found out about this tea....who wouldn't love tea right??? but this one was little challenging because instead of usual min leaves it had peppermint leaves and I searched every possible around my place and was not successful with it. So I finally convinced myself to try the essence and I loved the result, Its very easy to make and  its nice to Moroccan way hehehe. Linking this to cookbook challenge.

  • Prep Time : 2 minutes
  • Cook Time : 2 minutes
  • Yield : 2 person

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Instructions


1. In a bowl boil water and add green tea powder and let it boil for few mins. To this add sugar and switch it off after 3 mins. Its best to add peppermint leaves to this and let it extract the flavor naturally but since I couldn't find it in California I used the extract essence and added a drop to it. Filter it and drink it hot. So good.



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11 Responses to Moroccan Tea

  1. Suja

    Interesting one, Janani :)

  2. usha

    Moroccan tea looks refreshing

  3. Jayashree

    Must have been quite a refreshing drink.

  4. Mireille

    I love mint tea and I love your patterned glasses

  5. Poornima

    Loved this tea…looks refreshing

  6. Nalini

    Tea sounds very interesting and flavorful..

  7. Srivalli

    Good that you made some drink ..:)

  8. vijayalakshmi

    Looks so refreshing and aromatic tea dear…

  9. Pavani

    Refreshing tea, looks perfect.

  10. chai tea

    Saved as a favorite, I like your blog!

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