Cooking with Tea

Featured Article, Ingredient, Recipes
on February 1, 2012
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Mark Boughton/styling: Teresa Blackburn
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Not only are teas flavorful, but as a bonus, they are rich in flavonoids, which help prevent and repair cell damage that can lead to cancer and other health problems. Researchers have found that drinking two to three cups of green or black tea a day may help maintain heart health.

In the kitchen, tea adds salt-free, sugar-free flavor to any dish. We’ve used tea in this apricot tea bread that’s perfect served toasted for breakfast.

—By Serena Ball

 

Lemon Apricot Tea Bread

This bread comes out of the oven a rich, deep golden color. It’s delicious when still warm, but even better the next day!

Lemon Apricot Tea Bread

Mark Boughton/styling: Teresa Blackburn