This is a recipe for Root Beer tea.
It’s one of my favorite recipes, it’s one I’ve made for a long time.
It was originally published in the Journal of Asian Food in 2014 and then republished in the latest edition of my book, The Complete Indian Cookbook.
I’ve shared it on my blog many times.
This recipe is the recipe for the kind of root beer tea you drink in India.
I used green tea because I love it.
The tea leaves are finely chopped and then mixed with a little water.
It helps to strain out the tea leaves that have a lot of water, because that’s what helps keep the tea strong.
Then I mix the water with some ginger paste and add it to the tea.
Now, you can see this is a little bit more complicated than the simple root beer recipe.
It is the process of blending the tea into the tea, but there’s also a lot going on in the process.
First, you have to add water to the teapot, which is why I usually add a little more water than the recipe specifies.
After adding the tea to the pot, you need to stir it a bit, so the tea does not stick to the sides of the pot.
Next, you add the tea and ginger paste.
You mix them together with a spatula, and then you add a few drops of your favorite beverage to the mix.
Now that the tea is mixed into the mixture, you’re going to add the leaves.
That’s why you need a spatulat, a bowl of tea leaves.
The tea leaves need to be mixed with water so they don’t stick to your spatula.
And that’s the whole process of making root beer!
So now you’re ready to drink this root beer Tea.
But there are some other things to remember.
First of all, you will need a big bowl.
You need at least one cup of water in the pot and then the tea will stay strong.
Second, you should add a bit more ginger paste to the water, so it’s not too strong.
And finally, you must add enough water to cover all the tea you are adding to the mixture.
So it’s all in there.
Once you’re done, you’ll want to pour it all out.
Just be careful, because the leaves will be very soft and not as tasty as a real root beer.
One of the best parts of making this root tea is that you can have it as a single serving.
You can make a small one-cup cup and then make a bigger one-third cup, or whatever size you want.
Here’s the recipe.
I like to make it with two-thirds of a cup of tea, because I use a large mug to make a single-serving.
Make it in a pot of water that’s at least 1 quart and then pour it over the root beer, because this root is stronger.
Put the tea in the hot pot.
You’ll want it to boil a bit longer than the rest of the ingredients in the recipe so the liquid is thicker.
When the root is boiling, you want to keep it on the stovetop, so you don’t let it overheat.
Add the ginger paste in the next step.
Remove the lid and let it cook for a minute or so, or until it’s almost completely absorbed.
While it’s cooking, remove the lid, and let the water drain off.
Wipe out the mug with a clean towel.
If you want, add the ginger to the root.
Pour the tea over the ginger and let sit for a few minutes, or for longer if you like a stronger taste.
Drain the tea out and let cool.
Strain the liquid and store it in the refrigerator until you’re in a good mood.