A thin layer of butter really does add flavor to most all tea sandwiches no matter what the filling of the sandwich is. You may also think about making your own butter spreads as well. see Butter Recipes!
A thin layer of butter also keeps your bread from getting soggy from the sandwich spreads as well.
Try different types of bread with your tea sandwiches. Each bread type will add a slightly different taste so find the one you like the best.
Tea sandwiches are traditionaly made with thin bread. You want your sandwich to have that delicate look - the thinner the bread the better.
Tea Sandwiches are not just for tea parties ya know. Little sandwiches are perfect for that famous combination of "soup salad and sandwich" for lunch time too!
So you can't get your kid to eat? Make your meal seem like a tea party and serve healthy tea sandwiches on fun plates. Cut the sandwiches up with fun cookie cutter shapes and watch your kids eat up! Shop hard to find Cookie cutters
Dinner has always been associated with special occasions, with special moments, with persons who matter the most... Invite your friend, sweetheart, family or loved ones for dinner with these classy and warm Dinner Invitation ecards.
Party Food at it's best! Tea Sandwiches are popular at all tea parties in one form or another.
Tea eggs (also called marbled eggs) are simply hard-boiled eggs that have been further stewed in a salted tea liquid. Other flavourings such as soy sauce and Chinese five-spice powder are often added as well. The eggs are actually boiled twice. After the first boiling, when the insides are hardened, the shell of each egg is lightly cracked. The eggs are then boiled for much longer duration in the black tea mixture for a second time, which allows the flavour of the tea to penetrate deep into the egg. The dark colour of the tea also stains through the cracks of the eggs creating a pattern on the peeled eggs that resembles the crazing of some ceramic glaze surfaces. See How to cook Tea Eggs