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picture of recipeThai Iced Tea Recipe
evaporated milk,    orange pekoe tea,    star anise,    mint,    cinnamon,    cardamom,    sugar,    tea,    water,    ice
Bring the water to a boil, put the tea and ground cardamom in a teapot and pour   the water over the tea. Let the tea steep for 5 minutes, then discard the tea   bags and let the tea cool to lukewarm. F...


picture of recipeAuthentic Thai Watermelon Smoothie Recipe
lime,    watermelon,    condensed milk,    ice
On a trip to Chiang Mai, Thailand, a few years back, I went to an American Restaurant which had on the menu a watermelon smoothie (but I think they called it a shake). I just now got around to figurin...


 
 
picture of recipeThai Iced Tea Recipe
cloves,    cinnamon,    cardamom,    sugar,    tea,    water,    half and half
There are almost as many ways of making Thai tea as there are Thai restaurants. I love the richness the cardomom, cloves and cinnamon add. You can also skip the sugar and use sweetened condensed milk ...


picture of recipe Thai Coffee Recipe - Allrecipes.com
cardamom,    coffee,    condensed milk,    water
Thai coffee, as is served in Thai restaurants.
Directions   Place coffee and cardamom in the filter of your coffee machine. Place enough water to make 2 cups of coffee in the machine. Turn on the coffe...

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picture of recipeSpicy Iced Thai Coffee Recipe
heavy cream,    coriander,    cinnamon,    cardamom,    coffee,    condensed milk,    ice
A great way to use leftover coffee is to turn them into ice cubes, or you could try this great drink. I've recently discovered that I really enjoy spicy coffee and I hope that you will also.
1   Ma...


picture of recipeThai Iced Coffee - Thai Iced Coffee Recipe
evaporated milk,    coffee,    cream,    condensed milk,    ice
This Thai iced coffee recipe is made the traditional Thai way and is surprisingly EASY to do! It's a great way to use up leftover coffee from breakfast, but you can also use fresh coffee - even in...


picture of recipeSoutheast Asian Sweet Coffee Recipe - CHOW
coffee,    condensed milk
Recipes, cooking techniques, and news, updated daily. Chow.com - devoted to the pleasure of food and drink.
Add 1 tablespoon of condensed milk to each of four 8-ounce cups or glasses.   In each pour 2 ...

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picture of recipeThai Iced Coffee Recipe
evaporated milk,    coffee,    ice
Imagine you're sipping this coffee through a straw stuck in an ice filled plastic bag. That's how you buy it on the street in Bangko, and it's fabulous!
Fill a tall glass to the top with i...


picture of recipeLemongrass Iced Tea Recipe
lemongrass,    sugar,    water,    ice
This is a refreshing summer tea with no caffeine. Makes an interesting change from regular iced tea.
1   Slice the lemongrass into rings, and place into a pot with the water, leaving enough room to boi...


picture of recipeNahm Manao (Refreshing Thai Drink)
lime,    lemon,    sugar,    ice
Try our Nahm Manao (Refreshing Thai Drink). Recipe with reviews and photos.
How to make Nahm Manao (Refreshing Thai Drink)   Blend all ingredients in a food processor until slushy. Serve!   (Courtesy of...





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