Chai recipe tips: THESE 5 chai recipes should be tried by every tea lover

Is chai your pehla pyaar? If yes, then read below to find out some different types of chai recipes that you should try right away. These recipes will make you fall in love with tea even more.
Chai recipe tips: THESE 5 chai recipes should be tried by every tea loverChai recipe tips: THESE 5 chai recipes should be tried by every tea lover
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When it comes to having chai, it is our pehla pyaar. We can do without other things in life, but not without our cup of chai. It not only helps us concentrate better, but it also rejuvenates us. The aromatic fragrance of ginger and the strong taste of tea leaves make chai our favourite drink. Admit it or not, but a hot cup of tea on a breezy day is one of the simplest pleasures in life. You may think that making a cup of tea is probably the easiest task in the kitchen, but it's not as easy as it looks. To make a perfect cup of tea, the ingredients need to be in proportion, the ratio of milk to water should be right, and it needs to be brewed just enough to make boost the flavours. 

 

If you love making tea and want to experiment more with different types of tea, then read below to find out some amazing chai recipes for you to try on a dull boring day. 

 

Strong winter special tea:

 

This tea is perfect enough to give you the much-needed warmth during winters. To begin with, take 20g turmeric, 10g holy basil, 3 sticks cinnamon, ¼ tbsp. black pepper and tea powder. Grind these ingredients well to form a nice powder.  Add the ground mix to your tea during the stirring process. 

 

Masalewali Chai:

 

To make this refreshing tea, bring the water to a boil. Add tea leaves and ginger and simmer for a minute. Add a teaspoon of chai masala. For chai masala, grind equal quantities of star anise cinnamon, cloves, and elaichi. Add the milk and sugar, let it come to a boil once more, and then strain it into the cups, and serve. 

 

Kahwa:

 

Kahwa is a hot soothing beverage that hails from Kashmir. To make Kahwa, boil the water with sugar, cinnamon and cardamom powder for 5 minutes. Add tea leaves and remove from the flame. Cover with a lid and let it sit for 3 minutes. Strain and pour into cups and serve hot.

 

Honey-lemon-ginger tea:

 

This tea is a perfect cure for a day when you are feeling a bit under the weather. In a container, heat 3 cups of water. Before it begins to boil add ginger. When it starts to boil, add the tea leaves, lemon juice and honey. Strain it into a cup and enjoy!

 

Haldi tea:

 

It is a perfect combination of antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory ingredients, Haldi tea consists of several health benefits. Take a bowl, add water and heat. Bring it to simmer, add all the other ingredients. Keep boiling the water until it reduces to half. Serve hot. 

 

Which one is your favourite? Let us in the comments section below. 

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Very Interesting...

I love ginger tea n big fond of tea. I will try winter special tea n give feedback

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