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On hot days it says: drink, drink, drink. If brittle water is too bleak, juices too sweet and coke too unhealthy, we have the perfect alternative for all those: home-made iced tea! The cool summer drinks are super fast, reasonably priced, low in calories and the perfect refreshment for those hot days. For both tea lovers and those looking for healthy alternatives for the summer, we've come up with the best ice tea recipes of the summer. Have fun cooking and good thirst.
Mango iced tea
- 2 medium sized mangos
- 2-3 bags of black tea
- 4 cups of water
- Half a spoonful of lemon juice
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To garnish a few sticks of mint
- Peel mangos, cut and puree, then let cool
- Heat the water and brew tea for about 7 minutes
- Allow the tea to cool in the fridge
- After cooling, add the mango puree, lemon juice and sugar to the tea
- Mix everything well
- Arrange mixture in glass with ice and mint
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About 15 minutes
Cool drinks for hot days
Refreshing summer drinks are easy to make yourself. With the right ingredients they cool from the inside out and are pure pleasure for body, mind and soul.
Ice tea - the summer favorite
On hot days, ice-cold drinks are sought after.
It is obvious that a popular product like tea is popular even on hot days. Already 100 years ago one began to drink iced tea in the USA. Meanwhile, Nestea & Co. are among the most popular thirst quenchers in the summer. Ice tea is easy to prepare yourself. The basis is black tea. This can be pulled briefly. Then it is shock-cooled with ice. If black tea slowly cools down, it becomes bitter.
Considering that one liter of traditional iced tea contains 20-30 pieces of sugar cubes, it pays to look for an alternative. The stevia plant with its pleasantly sweet-tasting leaves is a true gift of nature. Stevia contains no sugar and therefore has no harmful effect on the teeth. Her home is Paraguay. There Stevia leaves have always been used to sweeten the maté teas. For us stevia products are e.g. Available in larger Coop stores. You can also cultivate the plant in your own garden or Balkonkistli.
Recipe: ginger lemon ice tea
Hot tip from the desert
The cooling effect of the Thé à la menthe is greatly appreciated by the Bedouins.
As soon as the thermometer reaches 25 ° C, we keep our favorite drink in the refrigerator or help with ice cubes. With that we hope to cool our body as soon as it sweats out of all pores. But people who often struggle with daytime temperatures above 40 ° C prefer Heisses. For example, the Moroccans living on the edge of the Sahara desert drink sugary hot peppermint tea all day long. For a classic Moroccan peppermint tea first green tea is poured and then added the peppermint. Peppermint tea and green tea have a cooling effect on the body.
Drinking hot tea in the summer makes perfect sense. The extra heat evaporates more fluid over the skin, which in turn cools the body. Those who would like to do without the fellow man for sweats, can cool off with a cold peppermint tea and a dash of lemon juice. If the heat really bothers you, you're better off skipping ice cubes. After the comforting "Ah!" In the throat, the cool effect is over. The body is only driven to produce more heat.
Recipe: Thé a la menthe
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Juicy sweet fruits provide fluid, refreshment and energy boost in one. Summer fruits and summer vegetables cool our body sustainably. They also provide some protection in extreme temperatures. This effect is strongest in tropical fruits. Bananas, pineapple, mango and other fruits from hot countries need to protect themselves from extreme heat. And that protection, in turn, benefits us when we consume it. It transmits, so to speak, which lessens our organism less.
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