Nerada
Eat Well|Issue #37, 2021
Nerada single-origin black tea is cultivated on the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland.

The high-altitude, rich volcanic soils, and ample rainfall provide the perfect conditions for growing this unique, aromatic, and full-bodied black tea that rivals the best in the world. For more information visit neradatea.com.au

Gluten-Free Flourless Chai Chocolate Cake

Recipe / Nerada

Everyone loves a piece of scrumptious chocolate cake, and this Gluten-Free Flourless Chai Chocolate Cake means no one will have to miss out on this sweet treat! With only eight ingredients, this cake will be made again and again. We recommend you enjoy it with a hot cup of Nerada tea.

Serves: 8

2 Nerada Organics Chai Tea Bags

60mL milk

200g dark chocolate, chopped

150g butter, diced Cocoa (optional), for dusting

150g caster sugar

5 eggs, separated

150g almond meal

½ tsp ground cardamom

Preheat the oven to 170ËšC (150ËšC fan-forced). Grease and line a 20cm springform cake tin with baking paper.

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