The lockdown has drawn out our inward test gourmet specialists. With enjoying some dalgona espresso or breaking a slice of that banana bread that you just went through hours culminating, we as a whole discovered comfort in the solace of food. With Tik-Tok and Instagram reels overwhelmed with test food patterns, we regularly ended up racing to our wash rooms to discover the perfect elements for the ideal dish. A year into the world with COVID, we have depleted every one of the various methods of making espresso, pasta and bread. However, as we set foot into the core of one more awful summer, it’s simply reasonable for acquire some light rewards, cold and sweltering.
The previous winter, we saw hot cocoa bombs advancing toward our Instagram takes care of and our kitchens, giving us the ideal warm and fluffy inclination in a mug. Presently, it’s an ideal opportunity to let all the tea sweethearts become the dominant focal point. The endless conflict among espresso and tea sweethearts has us all pondering which really is the better drink, particularly during summer. Water-based teas are great in the event that you are searching for a solid summer drink, and we present to you the most recent with it, the tea bomb!
How To Make Tea Bombs
Makes: 4 tea bombs
¼ cup sugar or isomalt
2 tbsp light corn syrup
Teabags or loose tea leaves
Semi-circular silicone moulds
2 tbsp water
2-3 drops gel food colouring
Food grade dried flowers or glitter (optional)
Heat protectant gloves
1. Before you start, make sure to wear your heat the protectant gloves, as working with hot sugar can be dangerous.
2. Place the sugar (or isomalt), two tablespoons of water and light corn syrup in a pot. Set the candy thermometer at the rim of the pot.
3. Bring the sugar mixture to boil on a medium-high heat.
4. Add a few drops of food colouring and mix it with a spatula.
5. Keep an eye on the thermometer. Once the mixture has reached 300 degrees, it is ready. Turn off the stove.
6. Then, carefully spoon out the mixture into a silicone mould and spread it evenly in the shape of a semicircle with the help of a spoon. Make sure that the mixture is not too thick and remove the excess if necessary.
7. Once the mixture is evenly spread, let it sit for 15-20 minutes.
8. After the mixture is firm and dried, remove the globe gently and fill one half of the circle with tea leaves (or bag), dried flower and edible glitter dust.
9. Take the other half of the globe and place it slowly on a flat stove with a low flame for a few seconds.
10. Then, immediately join the first half of the circle mould to the other half and let it harden for a few minutes.
11. Once the bombs are created, you can store them for only 3-4 hours and should be consumed within that time frame.
12. To use, place a bomb in a clear teacup and pour boiling water over it. You will see the globe melting and the tea leaves and flowers emerging into the cup. We guarantee, it will be a delight! Enjoy!