Oksusu cha (literally "corn tea") is a traditional Korean infusion made from boiled roasted corn kernels. The variety of corn most often used is called Gang-naeng-i (강냉이), which is usually grown in the area of Gangneung, a city in the Gangwon province on South Korea's eastern coast, thus making this drink particularly popular in that region. To prepare oksusu cha, corn kernels are thoroughly dried and then roasted until they turn golden brown or brown. Then the roasted corn is brewed with boiling water until the drink's color turns a pale yellow. The tea is then strained and the boiled corn discarded. Roasted corn is available at markets, and in prepared tea bags as well. Although the drink is naturally sweet, sugar may be added to oksusu cha if a sweeter flavor is desired. Oksusu cha is o

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  • El oksusu cha es una tisana tradicional coreana hecha de granos de maíz tostado hervidos. No contiene hojas de té. Para preparar oksusu cha se secan concienzudamente granos de maíz y entonces se tuestan hasta que queden dorados o marrones. A continuación el maíz tostado se cuece en agua hirviendo hasta que el color de ésta se vuelva amarillo pálido. Entonces se cuela el té y se descarta el maíz hervido. Aunque la bebida es dulce naturalmente, puede añadírsele azúcar si se desea más dulce. La variedad de maíz más usada se denomina gang-naeng-i (강냉이), y suele cultivarse en los alrededores de Gangneung, una ciudad de la provincia de Gangwon, en la costa este de Corea, por lo que esta bebida es especialmente popular en esa región. El té de maíz es muy sencillo de preparar desde cero tostando granos de maíz frescos en el horno, y luego macerándolos en agua hirviendo durante varios minutos, pero también está disponible en bolsas de té ya preparadas. El oksusu cha se combina a menudo con bori cha (té de cebada tostada), ya que el dulzor del maíz compensa el sabor ligeramente amargo de la cebada. (es)
  • Oksusu cha (literally "corn tea") is a traditional Korean infusion made from boiled roasted corn kernels. The variety of corn most often used is called Gang-naeng-i (강냉이), which is usually grown in the area of Gangneung, a city in the Gangwon province on South Korea's eastern coast, thus making this drink particularly popular in that region. To prepare oksusu cha, corn kernels are thoroughly dried and then roasted until they turn golden brown or brown. Then the roasted corn is brewed with boiling water until the drink's color turns a pale yellow. The tea is then strained and the boiled corn discarded. Roasted corn is available at markets, and in prepared tea bags as well. Although the drink is naturally sweet, sugar may be added to oksusu cha if a sweeter flavor is desired. Oksusu cha is often combined with bori cha (roasted barley tea), as the corn's sweetness offsets the slightly bitter flavor of the barley. Oksusu cha is traditionally thought to be good for those with high blood pressure, diabetes, and kidney disease. (en)
  • Оксусу чха (кор. 옥수수차, букв. «чай из кукурузы») — корейский традиционный напиток, приготовляемый из кукурузных зёрен. Для приготовления оксусу чха кукурузные зёрна высушивают на солнце, а затем обжаривают на сковороде до коричневого цвета. Обжаренные зёрна заваривают в кастрюле до приобретения золотистого цвета. Иногда в оксусу чха добавляют сахар по вкусу, хотя чай сам по себе обладает сладковатым вкусом. Вид кукурузы, чаще всего используемый для приготовления чая, называется каннэнъи (кор. 강냉이) и произрастает в районе города Каннын. (ru)
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  • Roasted corn kernels for oksusu cha
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  • 옥수수차
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  • Оксусу чха (кор. 옥수수차, букв. «чай из кукурузы») — корейский традиционный напиток, приготовляемый из кукурузных зёрен. Для приготовления оксусу чха кукурузные зёрна высушивают на солнце, а затем обжаривают на сковороде до коричневого цвета. Обжаренные зёрна заваривают в кастрюле до приобретения золотистого цвета. Иногда в оксусу чха добавляют сахар по вкусу, хотя чай сам по себе обладает сладковатым вкусом. Вид кукурузы, чаще всего используемый для приготовления чая, называется каннэнъи (кор. 강냉이) и произрастает в районе города Каннын. (ru)
  • Oksusu cha (literally "corn tea") is a traditional Korean infusion made from boiled roasted corn kernels. The variety of corn most often used is called Gang-naeng-i (강냉이), which is usually grown in the area of Gangneung, a city in the Gangwon province on South Korea's eastern coast, thus making this drink particularly popular in that region. To prepare oksusu cha, corn kernels are thoroughly dried and then roasted until they turn golden brown or brown. Then the roasted corn is brewed with boiling water until the drink's color turns a pale yellow. The tea is then strained and the boiled corn discarded. Roasted corn is available at markets, and in prepared tea bags as well. Although the drink is naturally sweet, sugar may be added to oksusu cha if a sweeter flavor is desired. Oksusu cha is o (en)
  • El oksusu cha es una tisana tradicional coreana hecha de granos de maíz tostado hervidos. No contiene hojas de té. Para preparar oksusu cha se secan concienzudamente granos de maíz y entonces se tuestan hasta que queden dorados o marrones. A continuación el maíz tostado se cuece en agua hirviendo hasta que el color de ésta se vuelva amarillo pálido. Entonces se cuela el té y se descarta el maíz hervido. Aunque la bebida es dulce naturalmente, puede añadírsele azúcar si se desea más dulce. (es)
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  • Oksusucha (en)
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  • Оксусу чха (ru)
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