Green Tea Recipes

Green tea is heat-treated by steam to prevent the leaves from fermenting. After picking, the leaves are withered (an initial drying stage), then heat-treated, dried and packed. Green tea is delicate and pale, preserving some of the flavour and aroma of the fresh leaves. It is never drunk with milk or lemon.

Deliciously Moist, Guilt-Free Matcha Brownies

If you’re craving a deliciously moist brownie, but don’t want the pang of guilt after – then say hello to these guilt-free brownies. Not only are they free from butter and sugar, but they contain matcha green tea powder: a superfood that’s otherwise known as a powerhouse of antioxidants.

Matcha powder contains 137 X the …

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Green Tea Ice Cream

This flavour is extremely popular in Japan and South Korea, and other parts of East Asia, and almost all ice cream manufacturers produce a version of it. The name matcha comes from a specific type of green tea used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Green tea ice cream is also sold in monaka form. Matcha green tea flavoured ice cream is a perfect dessert to serve after a Japanese-style meal.

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Japanese Matcha Roll – Green Tea Swiss Roll

Matcha roll is a popular Japanese cake. It is a refreshing sponge cake rolled with cream and red bean filling.

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