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When tea comes to your plates

When tea comes to your plates

When tea comes to your plates

As surprising as it may seem, tea is not only the essential hot drink of winter! And no, you do not dream, there are many recipes composed of tea. Whether they are salty or sweet, thanks to a few tea bags, you can give your good dishes original and surprising flavors. We have prepared a small list of recipes that will impress your guests. Of course, Team Pagès tested a recipe for green tea muffin Sencha and since we are nice, we give you the recipe J



Salty recipes

Green tea sea bream fillets

Black tea meat marinade

For original soups :
A good homemade soup is a very healthy way to eat vegetables. But very often, we get tired of it easily, it is difficult to reinvent ourselves and give our soups a little novelty. The advice of Team Pagès? Use green tea as the basis of your soup. To do this, infuse green tea for 10 minutes in a large container of water then filter everything to remove the leaves and add your usual ingredients!


Sweet recipes

Earl Grey Tea Chocolate Mousse

Tea Meringue Pears

Darjeeling Black Tea Cookies

Iced Tea Ice Cream

Jasmine Tea Rice

Tea in the pancake dough

Earl Grey Tea and Chocolate Cake

Lemon cake and black tea

Madeleines with green tea


Sencha Green Tea and Vanilla black tea Muffins

For 6 people

Preparation: 15 minutes

Cooking time: 30 minutes



  • 200 g of flour
  • 1 bag of yeast
  • 100 g sugar
  • 1 packet vanilla sugar
  • 100 g melted butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 20 cl milk
  • 2 green tea bags of your choice (Sencha green tea ans Vanilla black tea here)



1. To prepare green tea muffins, preheat oven thermostat 6 (180°C).

2. Then mix the flour with the sugar and vanilla sugar.

3. Heat the milk and infuse the tea bags for a few minutes (depending on the desired infusion) to flavour the green tea muffins. Add the melted butter out of the heat, mix and then add the beaten eggs, whisking to prevent them from cooking.

4. Add the flour and sugar mixture and add the yeast.

5. Then put the green tea muffin batter into muffin cups (silicone to make them easy to unmould, otherwise butter your cups well) without filling them too much so they don’t overflow when they inflate.

6. Bake the green tea muffins for 30 minutes while you watch the cooking. If the knife comes out dry, it’s cooked! Wait a little before unmoulding them, and serve them as a snack with a little tea, coffee or milk.


Bon appetit!



All you have to do is test all these recipes and tell us about them!

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