Deliciously new and different ways to use Matcha

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Aug 11, 2017
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Quick Bites

  • Matcha is actually “powdered tea”.
  • It is healthier than the regular tea.
  • Matcha contains antioxidants, amino acid and other nutrients.

Matcha is actually “powdered tea” but is healthier than the regular tea. Owing to its nutritional qualities, matcha is turning into a most sought after health beverage. Matcha contains concentrated antioxidants, amino acid and other nutrients, which help in preventing cancer, maintain a sound brain and heart health, help you lose weight and a cup match tea daily can help you lower down your blood pressure and have a calmer brain. 

ways to make matcha

With so many health benefits, matcha is surely a thing to play around. The conventional method to have matcha is making a tea but there are many other ways to have matcha. 

Here are some matcha recipes that you can try out this weekend for a healthy matcha treat. 

Matcha Rice

  • Take a small bowl; mix some matcha powder and a pinch of kosher salt in half cup of water.
  • Stir the water, until the matcha is all dissolved.
  • Take another bowl. Add a tbsp of olive oil and shallow fry thinly sliced spring onion. Add 2 tsp of black sesame and cooked white rice in it.
  • Now, pour in the matcha water in the rice and cook. 

Matcha Noodles

  • Take a small pan; mix some matcha powder and a pinch of salt in half cup of water.
  • Stir the water, until the matcha is all dissolved. Just like you did in matcha rice recipe. Just add your noodles in the water.
  • Take another bowl. Add a tbsp of olive oil and shallow fry thinly sliced spring onions, 1 minced garlic clove and sliced bell peppers. Add 2 tsp of soy sauce, 1 tsp of vinegar and cooked noodles in it. 

Matcha pudding

  • Take one cup vanilla milk.
  • ¼ cup of chia seeds.
  • 1 tsp matcha in a jar.
  • Now add the vanilla milk and chia seeds to the matcha and tightly close the lid.
  • Shake the jar, so all the ingredients are mixed.
  • Refrigerate the matcha and enjoy next morning.
  • Garnish it with crushed coconut. 

Matcha ice cubes

  • Take some matcha and sprinkle it in water.
  • Mix matcha well as it tends to form clumps.
  • Freeze and then you can use these cubes to make matcha ice tea. Just throw in some matcha cubes into sweetened water. (You can use sugar to sweeten the water) 

Matcha halwa

  • Take some matcha and mix it well in a cup of water.
  • Take some semolina (suji) and fry it in ghee, until the semolina turns golden brown. Add powdered sugar.
  • Now add the matcha water in it. Mix well.
  • Serve hot. 

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