|Bengali Cooking: Seasons and Festivals|
|by Chitrita Banerji|
This highly original book takes the reader into kitchens in both Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal by way of the seasons and festival...
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Boil the water. Add the tea and sugar, and ... cherries cut in 4 parts, and the ginger ale. Pour this over 8 cups or 2 quarts of cracked ice in a punch bowl.
Boil tea bags in 5 ... juice and stir until the juice has dissolved. Fill the pitcher with water and stir. Place in the refrigerator for 1 hour and serve.
Mix instant tea, Tang, sugar and boiling water. Add pineapple juice, lemon juice and enough water to make a gallon. Delicious hot or cold.
In saucepan, combine ... water and instant tea; let steep 5 minutes. Add to fruit juices and serve ... lemon slices if desired. Makes 10 - 5 ounce servings.
Pour first 5 ingredients into a 30 cup electric percolator. Place cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger in percolator basket. Put through complete cycle of ...
Steep tea bags in boiling water. Add rest of ingredients. This is good served hot or cold. Approximately 22 cups. Refrigerate any remaining fruit tea.
Pour first 5 ingredients into a 30-cup electric percolator. Place cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger in basket. Perk and let stand 1 hour. Serve hot. Yield: ...
Pour boiling water over tea bags; steep 3 ... and oranges; section fruit. Remove all ... flavors. Just before serving, add bottle of soda water. Yields 10 cups.
Add sugar to tea while tea is ... Protein 0.2 gm; CHO 43.9 gm; Fat 0.2 gm; Kcal 175; Sodium 13 mg; Dietary Fiber 0.4 gm. 8 ounce per serving. 25 servings.
Let tea bags steep in ... from water and add sugar and stir until sugar is dissolved. Then add frozen juices and water. Serve over ice or can be served hot.
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