Spiced Tea And Mistery, Aunty Lee's Spiced Tea Tarik, Taste of Singapore

Why should recipes be confined to cookbooks?

In her debut Singaporean mistery, Aunty Lee's Delights (William Morrow, September 2013), Ovidia Yu mixes spiced tea and mistery with Aunty Lee's Spiced Tea Tarik.


Spiced tea rtarik

(* Recipe reproduced from Aunty Lee's Delights by Ovidia Yu with permission of publisher William Morrow, all rights reserved)

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