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 Calling

Ever wanted a nice hot meal that’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 🥟 in a mix of the remaining fragrant tea and water, and strum together a slightly tangy sauce to go along with it – a dumpling bath that’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 – 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 cheese 

3/4 diced carrot

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