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How to Make Matcha Tea Without The Tools

by Drew Richardson July 08, 2015

How to Make Matcha Tea Without The Tools

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You can make matcha tea without the traditional tools such as Chasaku (spoon), Chawan (bowl), Chasen (whisk) and sieve.

You can use a cereal bowl or even a teacup instead of the Chawan, a milk frother instead of the Chasen (whisk) and a teaspoon instead of the Chasaku.

Just make sure the utensil you’ve chosen to make your matcha in, has the space to allow some heavy whisking.

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It doesn’t have to be too big, just enough space to move the whisk rigorously.

Unfortunately, there aren’t many alternatives available for a sieve. So you can use a kitchen strainer if you have one (you probably do).

Once you have gathered all your tools, simply follow this process: 

 

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Replace the Chawan with a teacup or cereal bowl, the whisk with a milk frother or blender, the Chasaku with a teaspoon and the sieve with a kitchen strainer and enjoy your matcha in minutes!

 
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