7 Tips for Matcha Tea’s New Seasoning
If you love matcha tea, then you might have heard about using matcha as a seasoning in your life. Well, matcha can be used not only as a flavoring for tea, but it can also be used as a cooking ingredient. There are many healthy benefits to using matcha as well as some things that you should keep in mind when you decide to start using it as a cooking ingredient. Here are some tips for making the best possible matcha tea every time.
Add Water Shouldn’t Be Used
Adding water to your bowl of matcha gives it a stronger taste and can lead to better drinking habits. However, water isn’t the most expensive part about making Matcha Tea, so adding just a little bit of water isn’t going to hurt too much. Going overboard with adding water is veto and throwing away your money, though. Adding just the right amount of water is how you give yourself the best chance at having a good experience with Matcha Tea.
What Kind of Teapot Do You Use?
There are many different kinds of teapots that you can use to brew your Matcha Tea. The most common kind is called a gong-fu style teapot and these can be purchased very cheaply or made very easily at home. These don’t have the highest quality waters and taking care of them is quite hard, so I wouldn’t recommend using these for regular drinking matches. If you want to treat yourself to a high-quality gong-fu style teapot, I would suggest searching online for “best gong fu style teapot” and look through the results that pop up. These should all be relatively cheap and easy to find at your local major retailer.
Another way that you can add flavor to your Matcha Tea is by using an attachment that goes on top of your normal kitchen faucet. These attachments are usually pretty small and contain three chambers; one for lemon mynte leaves, one for pear leaves and one for orange slices or wedges. Squeezing the handles together activates the infusion process and allows you to customized your infusion depending on what kind of leaves you put into the chamber. These infusers are higher quality than gong-fu style teapots and can be used any time!
How Long Does It Take?
To make Matcha Tea? That depends on how much caffeine you want in your drink. With standard amounts of leafy green tea, it takes around five minutes until the tea is ready to drink after brewing ceases. Flavored green teas take longer to prepare than plain green teas do, depending on how much flavoring they choose to use. For example, Japanese green teas take much longer than American or Chinese green teas do because they use natural flavors in their drinks rather than simply Green tea leaves.
As you can see, there are many different ways that you can make Matcha Tea at home without buying something special 220ml pot for 80 cents . If you wantedto enjoy an enjoyable cup of tea every day, but didn’t want to buy anything new, this would be the method of choice! Maybe one day we will see an emergence in home technology that allows us to make delicious cups of MatchaTea sans-machine? Until then, we will have to make due with what we have available to us!
Do You Have Any Recipes Using Matcha?
Absolutely! There are quite a few websites out there that will gladly share their recipe with you so long as you give them enough information about what kindof food they should cook based on what kindof match they used (saltiness level etc.) AND if they gotthe Flavour Wheel from Tokyu Hands! (I made that last part up) Anywho… here are some recipes that I found online:
MATCHA GREENS WITH EGGS – This looks like such an easy breakfast dish idea especially during morning work hours! You may not even need coffee after eating this… unless maybe you had coffee before eating; then its back downgraded into regular ole fashioned coffee again haha 🙂