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How to Make Tea at Home, the Easiest Way

Tea Recipe

Chai… Garram garam chai!!!!

If you are an Indian and a chai lover, you will, definitely, be able to relate to one of these words or phrases – chai ki chuski, ek garam chai ki pyali ho toh maza aa jaye, chai pi ke jaiye, chahas lagi hai and more. If you use such words often, tell us in comments below… I’ll love to know 🙂

The first thing I’d learnt to make on gas stove was tea, if you did too, share your experiences.

How to Make Tea

Here is an easy and quick recipe for the ones who are still struggling with making a perfect ‘chai‘ or tea. Or for the ones who doesn’t know how to make chai.

Time Taken- 5-7 minutes, serves 4.

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 tsp Tea leaves
  • 1 1/2 tsp Sugar
  • 1 1/2 cup Milk
  • 3/4 cup Water
  • 1 Green Cardamom or Elaichi

Method

Chai Recipe
Chai Recipe

Put a pan on gas stove. Pour milk and water. Turn the gas stove on high flame. Add tea leaves, sugar and elaichi. Stir with a teaspoon. Boil the tea for at least 2-3 minutes.

Put off the flame. Now pour in the cups and enjoy the tea!

Find here the Video on Cardamom Tea Recipe

Tip: Don’t make tea of skimmed milk, it won’t taste good.

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10 thoughts on “How to Make Tea at Home, the Easiest Way

  1. I love my Keurig because I’m lazy and convenience is awesome, but nothing beats a real, home brew. I’m happy to know that authentic (or pretty darn close) tea is not only quick and easy, but also delicious looking.

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  2. Well, I used to make it in a different way but made chai ur style today and the chai was really good in taste. It’s good to find such easy recipes here on Foodeezjunction.com 🙂

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