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    PJF Tea-Crusted Chicken

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    Tea Crusted Chicken ala PJF!


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    Those look great! I never would have considered using tea. Clever!
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    Another recipe of the day award for the PJF! GROK ON!

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    Thats really interesting! Have you tried it with 'normal' builders tea?
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    What's builder's tea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    What's builder's tea?
    Oh sorry! British expression! lol
    Its Indian tea. The typical British 'cuppa!'
    I'm not a complete idiot! There's parts missing!!

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    I've only made it just the once, and used what I had on hand (ceylon & rooibos). I mostly drink rooibos.
    As long as the flavors are complimentary to the chicken, I'm sure it would work out.
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    I never would have considered using tea

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    Looks great-I've always enjoyed cooking with tea. I also bookmarked your blog

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