How to Make Ginger & Garlic Tea

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Ginger and garlic tea sounds unusual but provides health benefits when you are feeling under the weather. Learn how to brew ginger and garlic tea with the help of this free video presented by a professional caterer.

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Hello, this is Coreen from Shakes Bakes, and right now we are going to make ginger garlic tea. No, it doesn't sound very tasty, however, it's good when you catch a cold or you need something just to make you feel a little bit better you may be coming on with the flu as well. So, here's some of the items that we have, we're going to be using three cups of water, one and a half tablespoons of honey, three generous thumb sizes of ginger, sliced ginger, one tablespoon of fresh squeezed lime juice, three cloves of garlic. Of course, you need a mug and a pot. So, this is how we're going to get started. We're going to add our water to the pot which is already on the fire along with our ginger and our garlic. So we're just going to let this sit here and boil up continuously for 15 minutes. Okay, so our garlic and ginger has been at a rapid boil for right about 15 minutes now. So I'm going to turn off, I'm going to turn off this fire. Although this tea is one that you want to take as hot as you can stand it, please have caution while drinking it. I don't want you to burn yourself but do try your best to drink it as hot as possible. What I'm going to do, I turned the fire off, I'm going to add my lime juice and I'm going to also add my tablespoon and a half of honey. Just about a tablespoon. I'm just going to measure out half and a half, right there. Let me give this a quick stir with my ladle. Then I'm going to hurry up and get it in the glass. So if you feel like you're coming down with something and you want to remedy it quick, this ginger garlic tea is the thing to try. Hope you enjoy.


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