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{Gluten-Free} Green Tea-Poached Cod Over Jade Pearl Ramen #InspiredbyNature #TastyParTEA #Sponsor #Giveaway


Today I am starting off the #TastyParTEA online event. You can read all the details - meet the other bloggers, view our posting schedule, and enter the giveaway - at my kick-off post.


I love incorporating tea into dishes. So cooking with tea isn't new to me. I've poached pears in Earl Grey, folded mint tea into shortbread, made Matcha Ice Cream, used Earl Grey in brownies, and marbled eggs in black tea...just to name a few. Lapsang Souchong adds smokiness to dishes without using, say, bacon!


This recipe used items from the event sponsors* - the Green Tea Magnet and Infuser Set and 2-Cup Poppy Tea Pot from Charles Viancin and Brain Boost Super Green Tea from The Republic of Tea. And it was a quick, delicious lunch on a busy Sunday afternoon.


Ingredients
  • 1/4 to 1/3 lb fish per person (I used Pacific cod)
  • freshly ground salt
  • freshly ground pepper
  • 4 C water
  • 2 green tea teabags or 2 T green tea (I used The Republic of Tea's Brain Boost tea)
  • 4 T gluten-free soy sauce or tamari
  • 2 T sesame oil
  • ramen noodles (I used Jade Pearl Rice Ramen)
  • black sesame seeds
  • kimchi for serving (here's one of my kimchi recipes)

Procedure
Sprinkle both sides of the cod with freshly ground salt freshly ground pepper. Place the fish in the bottom of a flat pan.


Bring the water to a boil. Pour the water over the infuser and into the teapot to create 4 C infused tea.


After the tea steeps, pour the tea over the cod. Bring the tea back to a boil and simmer until the fish is opaque and cooked through, approximately 6 to 8 minutes. It depends on how thick your fish filets are.

While the fish poaches, cook the ramen noodles according to the package directions. Drain and place in a mixing bowl. Toss the noodles with gluten-free soy sauce or tamari and sesame oil.


To serve, place noodles on an individual plate, top them with the tea-poached fish, and sprinkle with black sesame seeds. Serve immediately with kimchi on the side.


The Other #TastyParTEA Bloggers... 
listed alphabetically by blog name



Our Blog Tour Schedule...

The Giveaway...
Our generous sponsors have contributed prizes for this event. 
The giveaway runs from November 12th and end on November 21st
and is open to US residents only. No purchase necessary.

Grateful to Our Sponsors*... 
and how you can find them around the internet

Charles Viancin
on the web, on Twitter, on Facebook, on Instagram, on Pinterest



The Republic of Tea
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*Disclosure: Bloggers received complimentary products from sponsors for the creation of this event. This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. 
Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are our own.*

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