Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Cinnamon, Fig and Ginger sun tea (Korea)

Posted By Kyle J. Norton
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Recipe contributed by Ani's Raw Food Asia by Ani Phyo, Published by Life Long Book. Asian Cuisine the Raw Food Way. You can visit her website ataniphyo.com

Make 4 serving
This is a sweet and spicy tea thought to help fight colds and reduce stress. it is typical make with dried persimmons, which can be hard to find, so I use Calimyrna fig instead. You can substitute with your favorite dried fig. Traditionally served chilled, but can also be enjoyed warm
3 cups of filtered water
4 tsp. fresh julienned ginger
1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
2 tbsp. agave or brown rice syrup, or pinch of stevia
4 dried calimyrna figs
1 tbsp. pine nuts for garnish
Place all ingredients, except the pine nuts, into a large glass jar. Set in the Sun for a few hours to " brew" and for the figs to hydrate.
Serve chilled or warm. Pour into cups, placing one of the soaked figs into each. Top with pine nuts and serve immediately.

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