A sassafa is a traditional Turkish tea made with spices, usually dried spices and roasted sugar.
This is a fairly common tea made in the Middle East and Southeast Asia and has been used in the West since the 16th century.
Sassafras are usually served hot, but they can also be made hot and slightly sweet.
There are a lot of different ways to make sassava, but here are a few simple ways to prepare a sassian.
Heat a pot with a couple of teaspoons of sassa water in it. 2.
Add a pinch of ground cinnamon and a little bit of salt.
Stir the spices and salt together.
Pour in enough water to cover the tea.
Cover the tea and let it sit at room temperature for 20 minutes.
When the sassama has reached room temperature, you can strain it by gently shaking it and adding a pinch or two of salt to each of the tea leaves.
Put the tea into a cup and let sit for 5 minutes.
Take the tea out of the cup and pour the remaining water over the tea leaf.
Taste the tea, and if you like it, serve it. 10.
You can make sashas with just a few ingredients, such as a few tablespoons of dried spices or a few teaspoons of sugar.
Sassas have a lot going for them, but if you find you like your sassas more complex, there are a whole host of other types of Turkish tea recipes that you can make with a few spices, a few tea leaves and a bit of sugar, and they are all delicious.
So, if you are a new to the world of Turkish cooking and don’t know how to make your own sassapras, this guide is for you.
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