If you’re a fan of Thai tea, then you’re going to love these recipes! Thai tea is a delicious and unique beverage that is enjoyed by people all over the world. In this blog post, we will share eight recipes that are perfect for any Thai tea-lover. Whether you’re looking for an appetizer, main course or dessert, we have you covered. So what are you waiting for? Get started with these amazing recipes today!
Thai Ice Tea
Thai Ice Tea is a popular and refreshing beverage that can be enjoyed both hot or cold. It’s made with black tea mixed with spices, sugar, and evaporated milk. The flavors range from sweet to spicy depending on the ingredients used. This recipe will make four servings of this delicious drink.
To begin, steep four teaspoons of black tea in one cup of boiling water for five minutes. Once the tea is ready, strain out the leaves using a fine mesh strainer. In a separate bowl, combine one-fourth cup of white sugar, one teaspoon of ground cardamom, four ounces of evaporated milk, two tablespoons of honey and one-half teaspoon of cinnamon powder together. Stir until all ingredients are completely dissolved in the liquid and set aside.
Next, add two cups of ice cubes to four tall glasses then divide the brewed tea among them, followed by pouring in the prepared mixture from earlier into each glass (use 1/4 cup per glass). Top it off with some fresh mint leaves if desired before serving right away. Enjoy!
Thai Iced Tea is an easy and simple recipe that has been around for centuries in Thailand. It’s usually served after meals as a palette cleanser because it’s so light and refreshing yet still possesses great flavor when combined with the right spices and condiments.
Not only is it an excellent way to cool down during hot summer days but also provides essential caffeine for an energy boost! Plus, you can customize each individual serving based on your personal preference by adding additional sweetness or spice depending on how you like it best.
Thai Ice Coffee
Thai Ice Coffee , also known as Nam Khuang or Nom Yen, is a delicious, caffeine-infused beverage that originated in Thailand. It is made with black coffee, sugar, and evaporated milk. The strong flavor of the coffee combined with the sweetness of sugar and creaminess of the milk creates a unique and refreshing experience.
To make this beverage, you will need four teaspoons of black coffee grounds, one cup of boiling water, one quarter cup white sugar, two tablespoons honey, four ounces evaporated milk and some ice cubes. Begin by steeping the coffee grounds in the boiling water for five minutes before straining out the grounds with a fine mesh strainer. In a separate bowl combine together the sugar, honey and evaporated milk until all ingredients are fully dissolved into the liquid.
Next add two cups of ice to four tall glasses than divide the brewed coffee among them followed by pouring in half of the prepared mixture from earlier into each glass (use 1/4 cup per glass). If desired top off each glass with some fresh mint leaves before serving right away. This recipe makes four servings of Thai Iced Coffee which can be enjoyed both hot or cold depending on your preference.
This unique and flavorful beverage has been around for centuries in Thailand. It is popularly served after meals or as an afternoon pick me up due to its caffeinated properties. The combination of different flavors can be adjusted to meet individual preferences by adding more sweetness or spice according to taste. It also makes for a great summer drink due its cooling nature while still providing essential energy boost throughout the day!
Mango Sticky Rice with Thai Tea Ice Cream
Mango Sticky Rice with Thai Tea Ice Cream is a popular dessert in Thailand. It’s made from mango, sticky rice, and Thai tea-flavored ice cream. The flavors of this dish come together to create an irresistible combination that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
To make Mango Sticky Rice with Thai Tea Ice Cream, you will need one cup of glutinous or sticky white rice, two cups of coconut milk, one cup of sugar, two ripe mangos, and two tablespoons of Thai tea. Begin by boiling the glutinous rice in a pot with 2 cups of water on medium heat for 20 minutes until it’s cooked through. Once cooked through strain the rice and set aside to cool off while you prepare the rest of the ingredients.
In a separate pot combine together one cup coconut milk, one cup sugar and 2 tablespoons of Thai tea over medium heat until it starts to simmer; stirring constantly. When the liquid starts bubbling reduce its heat to low-medium and let it simmer for 10 minutes while regularly stirring it at intervals. After 10 minutes turn off the heat and set aside this mixture to cool off before using it as part of the ice cream mixture later on.
Meanwhile cut the mango into cubes and set aside for later use. In a large bowl mix together both cooled off mixtures (glutinous rice & coconut milk/tea) until everything is completely incorporated together then pour half this mixture into an ice cream maker bowl followed by adding in mango cubes. Let the mixture churn inside the ice cream maker for 30 – 40 minutes until it has a creamy texture before transferring it into another container for storage in the freezer overnight (for 8 hours).
The next day remove from freezer and scoop out into plates or bowls ready to be served with some freshly chopped mangoes placed over each serve if desired before serving right away!
Mango Sticky Rice with Thai Tea Ice Cream is an easy yet delicious dessert that’ll surely have you going back for more! It beautifully combines rich tropical flavors such as sweet juicy mangoes paired perfectly with fragrant sticky white rice strengthened further by aromatic Thai tea infused throughout each spoonful!
The silky smooth texture compliments its fruity flavor making every bite nothing short than heavenly! Not only is this delectable treat a perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth but also provides essential nutrients required by our body during hot summer days! So why not give this unique dish a try today? You won’t regret it!
Green Curry with Thai Tea Rice
Green Curry with Thai Tea Rice is a simple yet delicious dish that features the flavors of Thai tea and green curry. This unique combination of ingredients creates an unforgettable flavor that will tantalize your taste buds. The key to making this dish is to find the right balance between the sweet, spicy, and savory flavors.
The ingredients for Green Curry with Thai Tea Rice include: cooked white rice, green curry paste (green chili peppers, garlic, red onion, lemongrass, galangal root, cumin seeds), coconut milk, shiitake mushrooms or other mushrooms of choice (optional), fish sauce or soy sauce (vegan option), sugar, and Thai tea leaves (or ground black tea). To begin making this dish start by heating some oil in a wok or large skillet over medium heat before adding in the curry paste and cooking it for 1-2 minutes until fragrant.
Then pour in about one can of coconut milk and let it come up to a simmer before adding in any additional vegetables such as shiitake mushrooms if desired. Add a dash of fish sauce or soy sauce along with 1 teaspoon of sugar before stirring everything together to combine. Lastly add the cooked white rice and stir again until everything is evenly mixed together – then cover with lid and let simmer for about 10 minutes on low heat.
Once finished cooking turn off heat and transfer into individual bowls/plates before sprinkling each one with a teaspoon of Thai tea leaves or ground black tea on top – this adds an extra layer of flavor which pairs perfectly with the richness found within the green curry! Serve hot alongside additional condiments such as pickles or sliced cucumber depending on personal preference.
This comforting yet flavorful meal is sure to become a favorite amongst family and friends alike! Not only does it provide essential nutrients needed by our bodies but also offers an exciting mix of flavors that can be easily adjusted according to individual tastes. Additionally Green Curry with Thai Tea Rice can be enjoyed both as lunch/dinner meals but also makes for great appetizers when served inside mini-cups/glasses at parties as well! So why not give it a try today? You won’t regret it!
Pad See Ew with Thai Tea Egg
Pad See Ew with Thai Tea Egg is a popular Thai dish that combines the delicious flavors of egg noodles and tea. This unique dish provides the perfect balance of sweetness and savoriness, making it an excellent choice for those who want to experience something new and exciting!
To make Pad See Ew with Thai Tea Egg, you will need: 1 package of wide rice noodles, 1 tablespoon of oil (vegetable/canola), 2 cloves of garlic (minced), 6-8 shrimp (peeled and deveined optional), 1 teaspoon of sugar, 2 tablespoons of fish sauce or soy sauce for a vegan option, 1 large egg, 2 bok choy (chopped), and 2 teaspoons of Thai tea leaves (or ground black tea).
To begin, cook the noodles according to package instructions in a large pot or wok. Once cooked, drain the noodles and set aside. Heat up some oil in a separate wok over medium-high heat before adding in garlic and shrimp if using. Cook until the shrimp is just cooked through before adding in bok choy and cooking for another minute.
Next add prepared noodles, fish sauce/soy sauce, sugar and Thai tea leaves to the wok – stirring everything together to combine. Lastly create a well in the center of the wok by pushing all ingredients aside then crack an egg into the space and immediately start stirring it together with everything else.
Once everything is combined, turn off heat and transfer Pad See Ew with Thai Tea Egg into individual plates – serve hot alongside additional condiments such as chili peppers or pickles to add a bit of spice. This delicious dish can be enjoyed by everyone regardless of dietary restrictions and is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters!
Drunken Noodles with Thai Tea Pork
This classic dish is often found on menus at Thai restaurants and is sure to satisfy all those who enjoy a bit of spice in their meals. Drunken Noodles with Thai Tea Pork combines the flavors of pork, noodles, and Thai tea for an unforgettable combination that will leave you wanting more!
To make Drunken Noodles with Thai Tea Pork you will need: 1 package of dried flat rice noodles, 2 tablespoons of oil (vegetable/canola), 1 tablespoon of crushed garlic, 8 ounces of ground pork or chicken (optional), 2 tablespoons of fish sauce or soy sauce for a vegan option, 1 teaspoon each sugar and chili flakes (or to taste), 2 green onions (chopped) and 2 teaspoons of Thai tea leaves (or ground black tea).
To begin, cook the noodles according to package instructions in a large pot or wok. Once cooked, drain the noodles and set aside. Heat up some oil in a separate wok over medium-high heat before adding garlic and pork to the pan – stirring everything together as it cooks.
After about 4 minutes, add fish sauce/soy sauce, sugar, chili flakes, green onions and Thai tea leaves – stirring for another 3 minutes until all ingredients are well combined. Finally add prepared noodles to the wok and continue stirring for an additional 2 minutes before transferring Drunken Noodles with Thai Tea Pork into individual plates/bowls – serve hot alongside additional condiments such as chili peppers or pickles to add a bit of spice. Enjoy!
No matter how you enjoy your Thai Iced Tea, it’s sure to be a delicious and refreshing experience. Try one of our favorite recipes or come up with your own unique twist on this classic drink. And don’t forget to share your creation with us on Instagram!