Simplest Matcha recipes to Enjoy Matcha Benefits Everyday
Matcha Salt / Green Tea Salt “Umami (ooh-mah-me)” Rub
Reduce carcinogens in cooked meats while pumping up the flavor!
- Edible Green® green tea powder or Matcha
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
- Garlic powder or lemon peel powder
- Mix 3 parts Edible Green® green tea powder or Matcha, 1-2 parts sea salt, 1 part black pepper, and 3 parts garlic powder or lemon peel powder (optional).
- Rub on meat evenly before cooking or grilling.
- When you BBQ, the high heat creates carcinogens in the meat*. Green Tea antioxidants reduce these carcinogens up to 75%**.
- Use this green tea rub when you prepare your BBQ meats. It also boosts up the flavor because green tea is one of the Umami rich foods.
Green Tea Vinaigrette
- ¼ c Grapeseed Oil
- 1 tsp. Edible Green® green tea powder or MATCHA
- 1 Lime
- Mix Grapeseed Oil, Edible Green® green tea powder or Matcha, juice from 1 lime in a small bottle.
- Put cover on the bottle and shake well.
- Tastes great with no salt!
Matcha Coconut Spread
The following recipe is per 1 tablespoon of butter, make as much as desired.
- 1/4 tsp. MATCHA or Edible Green Sencha powder
- 1 tsp. Coconut shreds
- 1 Tbsp. Butter
- 1 French bread
- Soften butter. Mix MATCHA or Edible Green Sencha powder and coconut shreds per 1 Tbsp. butter to make butter mixture.
- You can enjoy the spread just as is, or chill the mixture in candy molds–they will make cute individual serving size butter–if you wish.
- This spread tastes great on Hawaiian sweet bread as shown in the above picture. Also, it can be used to make bread like ‘garlic bread’.
- If serving on French bread, cut French bread lengthwise. Mix tea powder and butter. (Do not mix coconut yet because coconut gets burnt easily.) Spread the mix over the cut side of French bread. Bake 7 min. in 375º F oven. Sprinkle coconut flakes (unsweetened or sweetened) and bake up to 1 more min.