This David's Tea Recipe Calls for Loose Leaf Tea as a Fish Seasoning

By: Laura McQuarrie - Nov 16, 2016
References: davidstea & blog.davidstea
There are a few recipes that introduce ways to cook with tea, but this is one interesting idea from David's Tea that calls for a loose leaf tea as a fish seasoning.

The 'Lapsang Souchong Star Salmon' is made with the Lapsang Souchong Star tea from the tea retailer, which is an organic Chinese black tea from the Fujian Province. In terms of taste, the black tea is described as smoky and sweet.

In the salmon recipe, David's Tea calls for the dried loose tea leaves to be ground with a mortar and pestle or spice grinder and used as part of a spice rub for the salmon filets. This unconventional recipe provides an entirely new way for tea lovers to appreciate the flavors of this Chinese black tea.