Snack Time – Homemade Ginger Tea With Biscuit
As the saying goes, ‘snack time is a happy time’, especially during cold weather. Nothing seems more perfect than a cup of hot ginger tea to soothe the body with a couple of biscuit. Not to forget, the amazing health benefits of ginger, such as: digestion aid, nausea relieve, stress reliever, congestion associated with cold relieve and so many others.
So you know, ginger tea stops being ginger tea when the taste of ginger is masked and making it doesn’t get harder than just three ingredients.
Ingredients (Ginger tea)
- Ginger roots
- A slice of lemon
- Peel, wash and grate ginger roots into a cup or two of boiling water and allow to heat for about five minutes.
- When ready, sieve out the water; add your slice of lemon, honey and cover to brew.
- Serve in a cup and whatever your preference, go ahead to add milk.
- While others may like to dice their ginger roots, preferable grate them so as to draw out the taste entirely.
- 2 cups of flour
- 1 tablespoon of baking powder
- 2 tablespoon of sugar
- 1 cup of milk
- ½ cup of butter
- ½ teaspoon of salt
- Place your butter and sugar in a bowl and beat until you achieve a pale yellow colour.
- Sieve your flour, salt, baking powder into the mixture.
- Add your milk and kneed properly with your hands until it forms a whole.
- Flour a flat surface, place your dough on it and roll with rolling pin until half an inch flat.
- Cut out rounds with a cookie cutter and place on a slightly greased pan.
- Place pan in a pre-heated oven, leave for 15 to 20 minutes or till you achieve a golden brown colour.
- Your biscuit is ready, serve with a cup of ginger tea.