Green Tea Fusion: Savory & Sweets

What do we usually do with green tea?  Two-thirds of the people would probably answer “we drink it!” The answer is quite universal, but it may sound a little too cliche. Green tea is not only used for drinking, but it can also be used for making savory food and sweet delicacies.

Aside from treating green tea as “tea” alone, there are restaurants worldwide that make use of green tea as noodles or soups for entrees.

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Screen Shot 2014-04-03 at 3.51.22 PMNot only do green tea extract be used to make noodles, green tea extracts are perfect ingredients to make Green Tea Vinaigrette as well. And it definitely goes great with cold soba noodles.

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If you are wondering what dishes go great with green tea noodles, here are some quick and easy recipes to let you choose from.

Of course, not only do green tea play an interesting role in making savory dishes, it is also a major ingredient that can be found in many sweet delicacies.Green Tea cakes are the most common sweets that contain green tea extract or green tea powder.

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And of course, in order to follow the trend of macarons, Green Tea Macarons are incredibly delicious. Goes great with pistachios!
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Hopefully you will get to make some delicious green tea sweets and savory in your leisure time! Don’t forget to check out my Pinterest board regularly: Green Tea Fusion

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