Royal Breakfast Tea Brioche Hot Cross Buns with Honey Lemon Glaze

This Easter, spend the perfect Sunday afternoon with our luxurious hot cross bun recipe that pairs perfectly with a homemade honey lemon glaze. Read on for a guaranteed pleasurable indulgence. Ingredients Bun– 6g Australian Tea Masters Royal Breakfast Tea leaves– 1 disposable tea bag– 2/3 cup water– 20g raisins– 20g sultanas– 20g dried cranberries– 1 1/3 cup plain flour– 1 tsp instant yeast– 1/2 tsp salt– 1 1/2 tbsp sugar– 1 tbsp milk, chilled– 2 eggs, chilled– 1/2 cup butter, room temperature– Egg wash Cross– 1/4 cup flour– 3 tbsp warm water– Glaze– 1 tbsp honey– 1/2 tbsp lemon juice– Orange zest, to garnish– Lemon zest, to garnish Method Seal the tea leaves into tea bag and place in a pot of water. Bring to a boil then remove from heat and add in roughly chopped raisin, sultanas and cranberries. Stir well and set aside for 20 minutes. Carefully drain the fruits and set aside remaining tea. For the buns,

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Infusing Fruits Into Your Teas

As the chilly start to the new year draws to a close, there is nothing more enticing than a satisfying jug of fruit tea for your guests when they visit your crib during this lunar festive season. This thirst-quencher is a must-have for the hot month ahead; how else do we keep going on about all the dips and gossips that will last us for the next 365 days? Whether it’s an intense black tea or a radiant white tea that you fancy, this post is bound to introduce some refreshing twists to your favourite concoctions that will keep your guests coming back for more. Black Tea  Fruits with sweeter and stronger flavours are preferred in this recipe to balance out black tea’s heavier flavour. Some favourite fruits to add into black teas include watermelons, oranges and mangoes. Steps: Steep one teabag and add in half a cup of cut fruits into your choice of jar with hot water for

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