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How do y make Thai tea at home?

asked by SassC about 5 years ago

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added about 5 years ago

I found this recipe online, it gives the recipe for 2 types of Thai tea hope this helps.
http://www.thaitable.com...

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added about 5 years ago

Here's a lighly seasoned verion: http://appetiteforchina...
In that page there's a link to a milk version from 101cookbooks.com. And Thai tea is typically made with tea leaves that brew up orange.

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added about 5 years ago

Here's a lighly seasoned verion: http://appetiteforchina...
In that page there's a link to a condensed milk version from 101cookbooks.com (no recipe). And Thai tea is typically made with tea leaves that brew up orange -- see the comments at 101cookbook for help with that question, also lists of which spices are used.

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added about 5 years ago

Here's a lighly seasoned verion: http://appetiteforchina...
In that page there's a link to a condensed milk version from 101cookbooks.com (no recipe). And Thai tea is typically made with tea leaves that brew up orange -- see the comments at 101cookbook for help with that question, also lists of which spices are used.

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