Simple Tea Infused Soups & Salads To Make Your Plate Look Colorful!

What can be more refreshing and healthy than a bowl of crunchy fresh salad or a soul-warming soup? Fresh fruits and vegetables everywhere filled with the goodness of rich seasonal flavors and those gorgeous greens for the added crunch.. What more do you need in your platter! Here are five easy peasy tea-infused soup & salad recipes for you to try.

Lebu Cha Infused Quinoa Salad

Meet your new favorite salad! This lemon tea infused Quinoa Salad is packed with bright lemon flavor, sweet lime, cherry tomatoes, chopped cucumber, pomegranate arils and fresh mint leaves. Make it for a healthy lunch, side dish, or main dish. Whether served warm or cold, this colorful quinoa recipe truly beats all others!

Santorini Pumpkin Soup

Thick, creamy and full of flavour, this is THE pumpkin soup recipe you will make now and forever! A real treat for pumpkin lovers, this delicious pumpkin soup made with our favourite Mediterranean tisane has an enticing flavour and irresistible aroma. Pair this pumpkin soup with some hot buttered crusty bread for dunking!

Blue Lagoon Thai Noodle Soup
Thai_noodle_soupWarm and comforting Thai noodle soup made with blue pea & kaffir lime tea, coconut milk, and noodles of choice. It’s the perfect balance of spicy, salty, sweet, and sour. This aesthetically pleasing noodle soup is so quick to make and so delicious, you'll be slurping up every last drop of the creamy broth.

Passionately Tea Infused Fruit Salad

In a hurry? Whip up this hearty, Juicy, sweet & healthy Fruit Salad recipe with a tropical twist in just a few minutes. It is not only delicious but also a great recipe to stay fit. You can add or subtract different fruits according to your taste and what is in season.

Great Wall Infused Noodle Salad

A fragrant, colorful and spicy noodle with longjing tea as the star ingredient! This bright and colorful Asian Noodle Salad is a gluten-free vegan meal that's filled with fresh vegetables tossed in a spicy creamy nutty dressing and distinct flavours of our Longjing tea

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