In this recipe, vibrant matcha, a type of Japanese green tea, is whisked into white chocolate to form a coating for freshly popped popcorn. Slightly herbal and not-too-sweet, it has a subtle flavor that will keep you coming back for more.
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Bittersweet matcha pairs beautifully with the crisp, refreshing heat of ginger.
Jasmine-scented green tea infuses cream with the heady aroma of jasmine and the tannic, mouth gripping attributes of green tea. It is a very refreshing flavor for summer, and a makes a beautiful dessert all on its own in a pretty bowl, or as an accompaniment to a fresh apricot or cherry crisp.
Matcha lends these vibrantly green cookies both color and delicate green tea flavor.
In the introduction to this recipe for Oven Roasted Peaches with Green Tea Elixir from The Perfect Finish Bill Yosses is quick to say that ripe juicy peaches don't really need all that much fussing with to make a truly wonderful summer dessert, and I couldn't agree more. In Yosses' own words he treads lightly with this recipe, adding a chilled, lightly sweetened green tea froth to butter-roasted peaches.
[Photograph: Sam Bowman] Good matcha ice cream is hard to find. It's often too sweet and lacking in depth, which is why I consider it the perfect candidate to try at home. And with summer approaching, and the idea of...