Lapsang Souchong Tea Adds Smokiness to Recipes
If you enjoy smokiness in some dishes, try some Lapsang souchong tea recipes! This tea is from the Fujian Province in China. Traditionally, the leaves are dried slowly over pine wood fires to give the tea a distinctive smoky flavor. Try this in recipes for a hint of smokiness, or add some to a spice blend that you rub onto meat or add to burgers. Try it in dips, soups or anywhere you’d like to add some smoky notes. Grind some into a powder with a mortar and pestle or spice grinder. Store in a jar and use it by the teaspoonful. This tea is available at our Doylestown store and from Tea-for-All in Hopewell, NJ. Click below for Smoky Chicken Breasts recipe.