Masala Chai!!

Masala Chai!!
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Ingredients

8

Count

Nutrition

49.8

Calories

Ready In

PT20M PT0M

20

Mins

Difficulty

Easy

Nutritional Facts

  • 49.8 calories
  • sodium286.8 mg
  • protein2.6 g
  • calories49.8kcal
  • cholesterol1.3 mg
  • sugar8.9 g
  • fat0.2 g
  • saturated fat0.0 g
  • unsaturated fat0.0 g
  • trans fat0.0 g
  • carbohydrates1.4 g
  • fiber0.6 g

Masala Chai!!

Chai is something without which we Indians can’t survive. I am also a Masala Chai lover and would like to share my Masala Chai preparation with all of you!!!

Hope you will try it and If you have some suggestions to make it better, please let me know!!!

It might be possible that you people will think why I have chosen Masala Chai as my first recipe for my blog, being Indian, Masala Chai is my favorite drink.


Step 1

Take two cups of water in a saucepan and place it on a stove and boil it.

Step 1 -- Take two cups of water in a saucepan and place it on a stove and boil it.

Step 2

With Mortar and pestle crush ginger cubes and it in boiling water for 30 seconds

Step 2 -- With Mortar and pestle crush ginger cubes and it in boiling water for 30 seconds

Step 3

With Mortar and pestle crack the cardamom pods and remove pods, add cardamom powder in boiling water.

Step 3 -- With Mortar and pestle crack the cardamom pods and remove pods, add cardamom powder in boiling water.

Step 4

Add Cinnamon Powder and lemon grass in it.

Step 4 -- Add Cinnamon Powder and lemon grass in it.

Step 5

After 30 seconds, add black tea into this and boil it for one minute.

Step 5 -- After 30 seconds, add black tea into this and boil it for one minute.

Step 6

After a minute add milk into it and boil it for 2 minutes.

Step 6 -- After a minute add milk into it and boil it for 2 minutes.

Step 7

After 2 minutes add sugar into it and boil it for 1 minute. (Too much-boiled sugar is not good for health or you can add sugar after pouring into cup also)

Step 7 -- After 2 minutes add sugar into it and boil it for 1 minute. (Too much-boiled sugar is not good for health or you can add sugar after pouring into cup also)

Step 8

Remove it from stove and strain tea with a strainer.

Step 8 -- Remove it from stove and strain tea with a strainer.

Step 9

Serve it with bakery biscuits and enjoy Masala Chai.

Step 9 -- Serve it with bakery biscuits and enjoy Masala Chai.

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Ingredients

  • 1 cup Milk
  • 2 cup Water
  • 2 tablespoon Black Tajmahal Tea ( I prefer as it
  • 2 tablespoon Sugar
  • 2 Cardamom Pods
  • 2 Leafs of Lemon Grass
  • 1/4 tablespoon Cinnamon powder
  • 2 small cubes of Ginger

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