Jitlada’s Thai Tea

Today’s Secret Recipe comes from Jitlada Restaurant in Los Angeles, California. Jitlada is well-known for authentic, spicy Thai fare. This establishment has been a mainstay on Jonathan Gold’s 101 best restaurants list. Below you will find the recipe for Jitlada’s authentic Thai tea.

Thai tea and strainers can be found at Thai markets and well-stocked Asian markets, as well as online. To make Thai iced tea, sweeten the tea to taste with sugar before straining, and stir in both evaporated and condensed milk to taste. Pour the tea over ice, and top with cream or half-and-half before serving.

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Jitlada’s Thai Tea

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5 cups water
2 cups, or to taste, Thai tea (often sold as a mix in Thai markets)
1½ cups, or to taste, condensed milk

In a heavy saucepan, bring the water to a boil. Stir in the tea and gently simmer for about 5 minutes. Remove from heat and strain.

Fill glasses ¼ to 1/3 full of condensed milk. Slowly pour the tea over the milk, careful so the liquids remain separate and distinct. Serve immediately, with long spoons for stirring.

Serves 4-6

Source: LA Times

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