If you have followed Haitian news in the past month, you may have seen that the country experienced a serious political crisis, with violent and […]
Te jenjanm (Haitian ginger tea) is a distinctive, bold and spicy brew from our adopted home in Haiti. Ginger is traditionally known in many places for its curative and restorative powers. Te jenjanm has a spicy kick that soothes the throat and warms the body. It is a favorite drink during the cooler months, and every Haitian household has their own version. This distinctive ginger tea is made more complex with additions of star anise, lemongrass and cinnamon. During these cold months, share a cup of Haitian ginger tea with your friends and family.
Yield: 6 cups tea
The Hungry Hounds is the food blog of Paul and Rebecca Shetler Fast, country representatives for Mennonite Central Committee in Haiti. Learn more about MCC Haiti at their blog, www.haitimcc.org.
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