Alton Brown's Thai Iced Tea Pops

"Food Network Star" host reveals recipes that will help you beat the heat this summer.
2:27 | 06/03/13

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network. He's putting lara to work already. Don't stop. Don't stop. First of all, congratulations. What did I do? Food network star premiered erday. It went well. One person down. Interesting idea. Thai iced tea. Four quarters of tea that i steeped with a bunch of tea bags. Regular black tea? Yeah, but for four quarts, 4 bags. Very strong tea. I add cinnamon, salt, cardamom, cloves. A little bit of salt balances out the sugar. It makes it taste more sophisticated. All of the tea into all of this condensed milk. Four cans of sweetened condense milk. Stir that for me, will you? Stir the heck out of that. Not quite that much, george. You need a bigger bowl. I do. You refrigerate that for about age hours. This is the finished mix. Lara is using this popsicle mixer. Fill the tubes here. In thailand on the street, they fill the tubes up. Inside here is ice and rock salt. You spin it. The old ice cream maker. It is. After about 15 minutes, you pull out one of the tubes. Oh, it smells amazing. You dip it in hot water, out comes the popsicle. It's very drippy. You're good with a turkey baster. I am. Don't grab that instead of the microphone. It's creamy, spicy. It's really good. You don't have to have this machine. You can make this with a regular popsicle form. You can get the recipe on our website, goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo!.

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