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Chai Masala Tea

Masala Tea is a sweet creamy, spiced tea made by brewing black tea. This tea is most popular in India but increasingly enjoyed around the world. 

There are many combinations of spice you can add to this recipe. My favorite is Cardamom & Cloves. 

To make a perfect cup of tea, it is not necessary to add only the ingredients I used. You can add different blends of spices to add your touch. 

This recipe makes for 2 cups of tea. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see printable version of the recipe

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups Water

  • 3-4 Tablespoon Condensed milk

  • Few Cardamom & Cloves

  • About 2-4 Tbsp of loose Tea leaves

Instructions

  • Add 2 cups of water into a pot. Add Cardamon, cloves and any other spices you prefer

  • Bring the water to a boil, add loose tea about 2-4 tablespoons. You can also add the tea from the teabag. If you have a light tea add more than 4 tbsps to get a darker color

  • Boil this until water bubbles up. The water level should be reduced in size ( for almost 1/2 of water level )

  • Now add condensed milk

  • Let it come to a boil as well

  • Remove from heat. Using a strainer, strain everything and serve

Ingredients 

  • 2 Cups of Water

  • About 2-4 Tbsp of loose tea leaves

  • 3-4 Tablespoon condensed milk

  • Few Cardamom & Cloves

Let’s begin making this amazing tea

Add 2 cups of water into a pot. Add Cardamon, cloves and any other spices you prefer 

Bring the water to a boil, add loose tea about 2-4 tablespoons. You can also add the tea from the teabag. If you have a light tea add more than 4 tbsps to get a darker color 

Boil this until water bubbles up. The water level should be reduced in size ( for almost 1/2 of water level ) 

Now add condensed milk 

Let it come to a boil as well

Remove from heat. Using a strainer, strain everything and serve

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