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Coffee and Tea-Infused Recipes That'll Perk Up Every Meal

Coffee and Tea: The Two Secret Flavor-Boosting Ingredients

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Coffee and tea are the two flavor-boosting ingredients that are exciting chefs these days. The perks? A robustness and complexity that'll make your dishes daring and delicious. Plus, the brews' antioxidants are megahealthy. Here, inspired recipes that will shake up—and wake up—your palate. (More good news: Coffee and Tea Are Super Good for You)

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Hibiscus-Glazed Halibut with Zucchini Noodles

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Take your fish meal to a whole new level by adding tea to the marinade. The secret ingredient? Hibiscus. The tart, fruity flavor of this tea mixed with other delicious ingredients will give you the most perfectly glazed halibut. And the best part? It's served on zoodles. (Related: 12 Healthy Spiralized Recipes)

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Coffee-Infused Pulled-Chicken Tacos

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If you love coffee and you love tacos, you're going to be blown away by these coffee-infused chicken tacos. Bonus: The caffeine and polyphenols in coffee will boost your brainpower.

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Green Tea Coconut Rice

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Green tea contains the antioxidant EGCG, which speeds up your metabolism. So don't think twice about going back for seconds.

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Carrot Daikon Salad with Matcha Dressing

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By now, you know matcha—powdered green tea leaves—is everywhere. It's in your smoothies, energy drinks, and so much more. Now, it's also in your salad dressing. You won't be disappointed. (Up Next: 8 Drinks to Take Your Matcha Tea to the Next Level)

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No-Bake Earl Grey Chocolate Tart

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Not all desserts are unhealthy, especially this chocolate tart infused with immunity-boosting Earl Grey tea leaves. And it's only 224 calories per serving! 

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