Gunpowder tea with spearmint is a popular Moroccan digestive. Gunpowder leaves are rolled into small balls that unfurl in hot water to release a slightly bitter, smoky infusion. This refreshing brew is also good iced. Sweeten with honey, if desired.
Created by the British in the 19th century, shandy is a popular and refreshing drink in the Caribbean.
Oriental flavours pick up the taste of these beans. Because they are cooked quickly in boiling water, the nutrients aren\'t all leached out.
Serve with: Long-Grain Rice, Sesame Snow Pea Stir-Fry
Serve with Long-Grain Rice and Asian Brussels Sprouts Toss (see recipes below).
Serve with new potatoes and our Broccoli Carrot Packet (see recipe link below).
If you don't have light soy sauce, substitute 2 tbsp soy sauce mixed with 1 tbsp water. Already separated and trimmed chicken wings are a real time-saver. If you can't find them, cut tips off whole chicken wings then cut wings at remaining joint.