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▷ How to: Matcha Latte
A steaming hot matcha latte is a comforting drink that is easy to make at home. We will share you this easy recipe that calls for matcha powder, milk and honey for sweetness.
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Recipe Category: Matcha Latte
Recipe Cuisine: Asian
You’ll find my full matcha green tea recipe and measurements below, but because there are a few tricks to making matcha, I wanted to break it down step by step. Here’s what you need to do:
First, sift it into a small bowl or mug. Matcha clumps very easily, so I always recommend sifting it before you add any water. Otherwise, it will be difficult to get the tea to disperse evenly in the liquid, and your drink will be lumpy.
Then, pour in a small amount of hot water, and whisk. But wait! This isn’t the circular whisking required for making baking recipes or scrambled eggs. Instead, whisk vigorously from side to side – either directly back and forth or in a zigzag pattern – to evenly disperse the powder in the water and create a foamy layer on top. If you whisk in a circular motion, your tea won’t foam.
Finally, top it off with more hot water or steamed milk. Traditional matcha green tea is made with just green tea powder and water, but you can also easily make a latte by finishing your drink with steamed milk. I love to make mine with almond milk, coconut milk, or homemade oat milk. Whisk again until foamy, sweeten to taste, and enjoy!
- 1 1/2 teaspoons matcha powder
- 1 tablespoon hot water
- 2 teaspoons honey, or to taste
- 3/4 cup hot milk
1. Sift the matcha powder into a cup. Add the water and stir until no lumps remain. Stir in the honey. Add the milk and serve.
Yield: Makes One cup
Calories: 240 Cal
Fat: 6.8 g
Fat: 6.8 g
Average Rating: 5.0matcha, green, tea, no-milk, asian, green tea