"Secrets to Cooking TexMex"
Bill Miller's Iced Tea (sweet)
This is a clone recipe from the famous Bar-B-Que and Iced
Tea Capital in Texas. It's easy to prepare and is always a
at backyard cookouts.
This recipe will yield approximately 1/2 gallon of Iced Tea.
1 Lipton Family Size Tea Bag
6 cups cold water
1 cup hot (boiling) water
1 cup sugar
4 cups bag (commercial) ice
Place the 6 cups of water and the tea bag in a microwave safe container.
Push the tea bag down into the water to thoroughly soak the tea bag.
Microwave in HIGH power for 7 minutes. Remove and let rest 5
Heat the 1 cup of water in the microwave on HIGH until it just starts
Remove and slowly pour in the 1 cup of sugar, stirring to dissolve.
When the sugar has completely dissolved, add this mixture into the
of brewed tea.
Squeeze the tea bag and discard. Add the 4 cups of commercial
ice to the
brewed tea and dissolved 'sugar water' mixture.
To serve, pour into a glass or mug that has been filled with additional
Serve with a fresh lemon or lime wedge.
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