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Hong Kong Tea Making Ingredients
- Cold purified water 1 cup
- Black leaf tea 2 teaspoons
- Concentrated milk 1.5 cups
- Sugar to taste
- Main ingredients: Milk, Tea
- Serving 3 servings
- World CuisineAsian, Oriental
Inventory:Turk or small pan, Tablespoon, Teaspoon, Kitchen stove, Strainer, Teapot, Tea cup or bowl, Kitchen gloves
Hong Kong Tea Making:
Step 1: make black tea.
Pour the leaves of black tea into a Turk or a small saucepan, fill everything with purified water and put on medium heat. When the tea drink begins to boil, immediately make a small fire and continue to brew it for another 3 minutes. Attention: so that tea is better brewed, after boiling, the liquid must be mixed well with a tablespoon. After the allotted time, remove the Turk from the fire, using kitchen tacks, but do not turn off the burner.
Step 2: make Hong Kong tea.
We pour milk into hot black tea in a thin stream and at the same time mix everything thoroughly with a tablespoon. After that, put the container back on a small fire and bring the drink to a boil again. After boiling, brew tea for another 3 minutes. Immediately after that, turn off the burner, and pour the liquid in the Turk, holding the kitchen tacks, through a strainer into the teapot. Everything, Hong Kong tea is ready!
Step 3: serve Hong Kong tea.
China is very fond of tea. There are entire tea ceremonies where tea is brewed slowly. The Chinese believe that the taste of tea not only depends on the quality of the tea leaves, but also with what zeal and attention they will prepare this fragrant drink. Therefore, we serve tea in Hong Kong to the dessert table with tea cups or special bowls. As a treat you can offer sweets, nuts and cookies. Sugar is better to put next to tea and invite everyone to add it to taste.
Enjoy your tea party!
- For the preparation of tea in Hong Kong, be sure to use large-leaf tea, so the drink will turn out more aromatic and rich in taste.
- Milk is best used in-store with a high percentage of fat, as homemade is usually very oily and cream forms on its surface.
- Instead of milk, you can add cream with 10% fat to tea.
- Hong Kong tea can be served at the dessert table and cold with ice. In this case, it is best to add sugar to the drink at your discretion and only then treat your friends.