Tea Traditions Worldwide
A lot of us are familiar with the trappings of a traditional, British tea party. Tea cookies, tea sandwiches, and cakes are standard fare.
However, to get the full scope of the best snacks with tea, we can look at the wide variety of tea traditions around the world.
In Chengdu, China, tea is often served with peanuts. Other popular pairings include veggies and more dessert-y selections like sweet potato cranberry cakes.
Indian tea culture has a treasure trove of spicy and savory bites to go along with a steaming, creamy cup of chai. I, for one, can never turn down Indian sweets or crispy potato snacks.
Strong, astringent Turkish tea is often enjoyed with breakfast. Some common breakfast foods in Turkey include fresh tomatoes and cucumbers, cheese, and delicious, warming lentil soup.
With a little research, you can turn up recipes from the tea culture of almost any country you can think of.
Best Snacks With Tea to Try
If you’re looking for something new to add to your tea ritual, our site has even more recipes for you to browse.
There’s nothing better for a rainy day than a fresh-baked pastry and a cup of tea. Pull out your jar of Speculoos and whip up some of this Cookie Butter Tea Cake alongside a cup of Vanilla Sugar Cookie herbal tea. If you really want to get warm and cozy, try pairing your tea with soup!
If you want to go a less traditional route, add more tea to your teatime with these green tea-based recipes. Sticking with the international theme, try making a batch of Brazilian brigadeiros to pair with Chocolate Hazelnut or Vanilla Latte tea.
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As much fun as it is to try new things, it’s also nice to have a few favorite snacks you always go back to. What do you think are the best snacks with tea?