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Hong Kong Style Milk Tea

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In Hong Kong, this milk tea is often served at popular cafes with national food (cha chaan tengs) along with tasty dishes like toasts and scrambled eggs. Milk tea, otherwise known as "silk stocking" tea, is traditionally made with very strong black tea and evaporated milk. It may be served either warm or cold depending upon your preferences and taste.

Ingredients
Ingredients
  • black tea: 3 Tbsp (leaves)
  • milk: 0.25 cup (evaporated)
  • sugar: 1 tsp (optional, to your taste)
  • Hot boiling water: 1 litre
hong kong style milk tea
Stages of cooking
Stages of cooking
hong kong style milk tea
1

Start with brewing tea.  Pour 1 liter of hot boiling water into a pot. Add 3-4 tablespoons of  black tea leaves. Choose the amount of spoons, depending upon how strong you would like your tea to be. Bring it down to a simmer for about 4-6 minutes. 

hong kong style milk tea
2

Strain the tea leaves to get black tea.

hong kong style milk tea
3

Fill about 1/3 of each cup with evaporated milk. It is recommended to use 2 parts of tea and 1 part of milk, but you can adjust the amount to your taste. 

hong kong style milk tea
4

Pour the tea into the cups.

hong kong style milk tea
5

Add sugar to your taste. Stir the milk tea well.  Serve hot or cool. Enjoy!

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