Thursday, 29 January 2015

Oranger, Ginger and Lemon Grass Fruit Tea



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Oranger, Ginger and Lemon Grass Fruit Tea


Soothing, warm, citrussy, ginger spiced fruit tea

Ingredients:
  • 2 oranges
  • 100 ml water
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 inch piece lemon grass cut into small pieces
  • 1 inch piece fresh ginger grated
  • 4 orange slices for garnish

Method:

1. Peel the oranges and put them through the Optimum 600 slow juicer 2. Extract the orange juice and add it to a glass jug. Add 100ml boiling water to the orange juice and add the ginger and lemon grass. Leave to infuse for 5 minutes.3.After 5 minutes stir in the honey and strain the fruit tea into serving mugs.Garnish with orange slices and sip warm.
Details
Prep time:10 mins Cooking Time:0 minutes Total time:10 mins Yield: 2 -3 servings

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26 comments:

  1. I can barely make a cup of normal tea, never mind something like this! It sounds very refreshing though.

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  2. Your tea sounds so refreshing - love honey and ginger!

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  3. looks delicious and nice combo.

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  4. That would be tasting awesome . I will try it out too.

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  5. Oh I think this is ban and certainly something that I need when I have a nasty cold and need all that vitamin C

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  6. That looks amazing - I'm definitely going to be trying that!

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  7. This sounds really nice and refreshing

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  8. As I read this I was going through the mental list of what of the ingredients we have for me to make it NOW. Thanks for sharing. I'll let you know how it turns out.

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  9. This looks a fantastic WARM way to use the Froothie slow juicer. A really good and nutritiously delicious idea, Nayna

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  10. Honey and ginger are such a nice combination in a drink during winter.

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  11. Mmmm yum - this looks very cleansing and refreshing! Perfect for winter weekends.

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  12. I've never tried fruit tea but you make it sound like it's something I need to be doing.

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  13. Not my cup of tea (haha!) - I'm more of a coffee drinker, but sounds like an interesting combo

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  14. This sounds so refreshing. Love the cups you have served them in.

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  15. Whoa the optimum 600 - i just fell in love! I am off to do some research in a while. Did you use this?

    I am a huge fan of ginger for juicing and in tea but actually never used lemon grass.
    Great tea recipe x

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  16. I am loving this. i am exploring teas at the moment and will love to make my owon. Pinned!

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  17. This sounds perfect for this cold weather. And great for those coughs and colds too.

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  18. Oh I bet that is just lovely on a cold day, and some good bug battling ingredients too!

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  19. Sounds delicious and a great winter pick me up

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  20. i am not a fan of lemongrass but organge and ginger sounds yummy

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  21. I need one of these this morning, I've woken up with such a sore throat! I think someone must have coughed on me in Euston yesterday >.<

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  22. Loving the mugs, I know I've seen those. Were they from the Range?

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  23. I love your glasses. They remind me of an old good days from my childhood :-)

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  24. mmm sounds delicious, I need to drink more juice

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  25. This sounds really quite refreshing! A great way to boost your vitamin intake too x

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