Dumplings boiled in rose tea & water, in tuna, carrot and cheese sauce (RECIPE)

Getting acquainted with the kitchen in this season: Dumplings boiled in rose tea with a tasty stew

Joyful Life | Creative Career

Ever wanted a nice hot meal thatโ€™s reasonably easy to make and satisfying, while not leaving you paunched? Well, this week, after sipping some delicious rose tea a sista-friend brought in from the States for me, I had the idea to boil some dumplings ๐ŸฅŸ in a mix of the remaining fragrant tea and water, and strum together a slightly tangy sauce to go along with it โ€“ a dumpling bath thatโ€™s not quite a soup.

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Some sprinkled cheese on the hot dish, a sprig of sage, and tip of powdered chili at each side of the plate.

Prep time: (dumplings โ€“ 5-7 minutes)

Meal serves: 2

Ingredients:

Water (to boil dumplings and add to sauce)

loose Rose tea (1/2 cup)

1 tsp of spice

2-3 tbsps oil

Flour (a small soup bowl 3/4 full)

1 can Brunswick tuna

1 large scoop of grated cheeseย 

3/4 diced carrot

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Indra is the Coordinator and lifestyle/career writer of Joy within. She shares content management tips for creatives, refreshment reminders for everyday life, entrepreneur interviews and a bit of Barbados. The singer, blogger, publishing consultant and breathwork coach works mostly from home after pressing pause on a life of travel. As a teen she almost gave up on life; now as a woman saved by grace, she's living joyfully with purpose, encouraging the overwhelmed and helping aspiring creative entrepreneurs launch well and keep up with content. Follow 'Joy within' blog for firsthand updates on new posts and podcast episodes.

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