Welcome to this Sundays edition here on A Modern Girl Recommends and up for today I will be sharing a recipe for my Lemon Ginger Zest Tea that’s the perfect pick me up, especially when you’re hit with a cold or those pesky allergies and if you think this recipe requires too much of your time, think again, because it only contains a few ingredients and here’s how it’s made.
What you’ll need
Sugar, honey or desired sweetener
Long wooden spoon
Add one cup of water to a sauce pan, along with a one inch piece of freshly peeled and sliced ginger and place on the stove top and allow it to cook for 15-20 minutes to be able to get the strongest ginger flavor.
Now carefully remove the ginger pieces from your Lemon Ginger Zest Tea and then add half of a tablespoon of organic turmeric powder and give it a stir. Allow your tea to cook for two more minutes and before removing from the stove top to cool add the juice of half of a large lemon into the tea.
Because this tea is cooked on high on the stove top from anywhere between 16 to 22 minutes it, is scalding hot, so allow it to cool for 10 minutes or longer before transferring the tea into a teapot and then sweeten with your desired sweetener or keep things simple and leave the sweetness behind.
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