This promo recipe for Tang juice powder was clipped from a magazine, date unknown. Recipe is typed below along with a scanned copy.

Hot Spiced Tea Tang Recipe Clipping

Hot Spiced Tea from TANG

1 1/3 cups TANG
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup instant tea*
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon cloves

Combine ingredients and store in tightly covered jar.

Makes approximately 24 servings.

FOR 1 SERVING–Place 1 well-rounded teaspoon of mix in a cup, fill with boiling water and stir until dissolved.

FOR 1 QUART–Dissolve 1/2 cup mix in 1 quart of boiling water in a teapot or heat-resistant pitcher.

*Or use lemon-flavored unsweetened or sugar-sweetened instant tea.

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4 Responses to Hot Spiced Tea from Tang: Recipe Clipping

Rochelle
Published 15 December, 2009 in 3:39 am

Wow, this must be the genuine recipe. There are so many variations of hot spiced tea recipes floating around on the net. I have never seen one from an actual Tang ad before.

Jenny Bea
Published 15 September, 2010 in 12:53 pm

This is the right recipe- my family used to make this when I was a kid, growing up down south. We used the recipe from the Tang jar. I’m so glad I found this- I’m living in the Yankee North, now :-) and will be making up batches to give as Christmas presents.

Renee
Published 11 November, 2010 in 10:52 pm

I remember my mother making hot tang for me when i was sick. I cheat on the recipe and use chai tea and mix it with tang =)

Steve
Published 20 November, 2010 in 9:32 pm

Hot Tang per Renee 11/11/10
My Mother used to make a Russian Tea Mix with Tang. I think it had Instant Tea(or Bigleo Constant Comment Tea?), Brown sugar, cinnemon, nutmeg, clove ( maybe apple pie spices)- those are the flavors I remember. I’ll check with my sister over Thanksgiving & try to remember to repost.

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