This flavorful dish goes from stove to table in less than 30 minutes. Capture the flavors of morocco with this quick couscous preparation. Serve alone or as a side
Madly in love with your chai lattes from your favorite coffee or tea shop, but hate the price? Bring the flavors masala chai into your home with this simple chai concentrate recipe. Make ahead and use it whenever you’re ready to enjoy. Once you try it, you won’t go back!
Say hello to true blue! Yes, it’s natural and equally delicious. Butterfly pea flowers originate in Thailand and have been used for some time to create beautiful teas that burst with cyan color. The flowers themselves are mild in flavor but make for a great canvas to build flavors. Try this 4-ingredient tea blend and top with your choice of cream to lift your spirits no matter how “blue” your day is looking.
A nutritious play on traditional mushroom risotto, which usually features arborio rice. Barley is a hearty grain that adds a creamy chew and holds up to the bold savory flavors of mushroom, sage and rosemary. Any winter squash, like butternut, or ugly -is great for this recipe.
Use the red curry paste for this soup, in sauces or as a marinade. Using vegetable stock makes this recipe completely vegan, though adding chicken or shrimp would befit the flavors of this soup! Switch out the veggies, fresh herbs and toppings as you’d like to customize your soup.
This strong black tea is infused with the oils/rinds of citrus fruit bergamot. It is said that this was accidentally discovered centuries ago, during the tea trade, when the Earl of Grey sampled black tea that was packed and shipped with bergamot fruit from India. The tea had such a distinct flavor, that it was donned Earl Grey tea!
Pozole is a rich Mexican stew that is filled with spicy flavors and is typically made with hominy and pork, but you can use any protein you’d like. Hominy is enriched corn that’s been processed with lye to change the structure of the kernel. If you’re a fan of grits, then congratulations, you’ve had hominy!
This ultra colorful recipe cooks up in 5 minutes and is made to please a crowd, even the tough to win kiddies. Though couscous appears to be a grain of its own, it is actually pasta in the shape one. Like almost all pastas, its mild flavor makes it a great canvas for many aromatic ingredients.