How to Make Thai Tea: Homemade Recipe


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Thai tea is a delicious and refreshing drink that can be enjoyed any time of day. In this article, you will learn how to make Thai tea in the comfort of your own home.

Thai tea is a combination of Thai black tea, spices, and milk. Thai black tea typically consists of strong-smelling Assam leaves. Thai tea can be strongly influenced by the type of dish it accompanies. For example, Thai iced tea is typically sweeter than Thai hot teas. Also, Thai fruit teas are blended with flavors found in fruit juice – for example, mango or strawberry flavored Thai teas exist.

Ingredients:

A cup of coffee

1 cup Thai black Tea

3 tbsp condensed milk (or regular milk)

Tools:

A close up of a cup

1/2 gallon stainless steel pot (to boil water)

1 large glass cup (to mix ingredients)

2 metal sieves (use as strainers to filter contents)

3 cups sugar (or to taste)

Steps:

Boil the Thai tea over medium heat for about 10 minutes. Add condensed milk and sugar, and stir until all ingredients are completely dissolved. Use a sieve to filter the mixture into another container. Discard any solids left in the sieve or cup. Pour Thai tea back into the original pot and reheat it before enjoying Thai hot tea! Thai iced tea can be enjoyed as well by pouring Thai black tea over ice cubes. Stir again, and enjoy your Thai iced tea!

Health benefits and nutritional facts:

Thai tea is high in antioxidants and other nutrients such as vitamins A and C. Thai tea also contains fluoride, which can help strengthen teeth enamel and prevent dental cavities.

What’s the difference between Thai tea and regular tea?

Thai tea is more of a Thai cultural drink than regular tea. Thai black tea typically consists of strong-smelling Assam leaves that are grown in the lowlands of Northern Thailand. Thai tea can be strongly influenced by the type of dish it accompanies as Thai fruit teas are blended with flavors found in fruit juice and Thai iced tea is typically sweeter than Thai hot teas.

FAQs

Q: What is Thai tea made of?

A: Thai tea is typically made by boiling Thai black tea, string spices, and milk together.

Q: What does Thai tea taste like?

A: Thai tea has a strong Assam flavor to it. Thai iced tea is typically sweeter than Thai hot teas. Thai fruit teas blend Thai black tea with flavors found in fruit juice. Thai iced tea is typically blended with sugar to provide a sweet Thai beverage.

Q: Is Thai tea healthy?

A: Thai tea is high in antioxidants and other nutrients such as vitamins A and C. Thai tea also contains fluoride, which can help strengthen teeth enamel and prevent dental cavities.

Q: Why is Thai tea so orange?

A: Thai tea turns orange from the addition of Thai palm sugar during cooking. Thai black tea is typically very strong smelling so Thai fruit teas are often flavored with Thai black tea. Thai tea is also commonly served with creamer to make Thai iced tea, which also contributes to color.

Conclusion:

Thai tea is a refreshing drink that has been enjoyed for centuries by Thai people. You can now enjoy this delicious beverage at home by following the steps listed above.

Portions: 1 (one) large glass of Thai tea (plus ice cubes if making Thai iced tea) Number of servings: 1 (one).

Time to complete recipe: 10 minutes preparation time, plus 10 minutes cooking time. The difficulty level of the recipe: Medium to hard depending on the individual’s cooking skill level.

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