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Ginger Cardamom Chai

Ginger Cardamom Chai

My 51st recipe, “Ginger Cardamom Chai”, one of the most consumed beverages in the world and my absolute favorite. When growing up my mother always made me drink Complan as hot beverage. Yes, I am a complan girl 🙂 I never liked the taste of it though. Only sometimes, she used to give me tea. It used to be only a kind of special occasion beverage for me 🙁

Days have rolled over and now-a-days, I always start my day with a refreshing cup of hot tea. These days they tend to add all kinds of spices to the tea packets.  So I like the tea the way it is, simple and refreshing. But I will always like to add ginger and cardamom to make this extra special chai, which I absolutely adore. Though it is a very simple recipe, wanted to post it now, since there is no better beverage to keep yourself warm in this cold winter weather. Always a trustworthy drink to fight off the nagging cold and keep you energetic throughout the day.

ginger cardamom chai

Ginger Cardamom Chai

Ginger Cardamom Chai

Ginger Cardamom Chai

Revathi Palani
Learn how to make the Ginger Cardamom Chai | Masala Tea which is a flavorful Indian hot beverage and is one of highest consumed in the world.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine Indian
Servings 3

Ingredients
  

  • 3 Cups Milk
  • 3 tsp Tea Powder
  • 1 inch Ginger
  • 3 Cardamom Pods
  • 3 tsp Sugar

Instructions
 

  • First take the milk in a vessel. Crush the ginger and cardamom pods and add to the milk.
    <br><br><img src="//revisfoodography.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/tea1.jpg" alt="chai" width="47%" />&nbsp;<img src="//revisfoodography.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/tea2.jpg" alt="chai" width="47%" />
  • Add the tea powder and bring the milk to a boil. It took me about 10 mins. Reduce the flame to medium and leave it for another 5 mins.
    <br><br><img src="//revisfoodography.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/tea3.jpg" alt="chai" width="47%" />&nbsp;<img src="//revisfoodography.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/tea4.jpg" alt="chai" width="47%" />
  • Turn off the flame and filter the tea to a clean container. Add required sugar to the tea and mix well.
    <br><br><img src="//revisfoodography.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/tea5.jpg" alt="chai" width="47%" />&nbsp;<img src="//revisfoodography.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/tea6.jpg" alt="chai" width="47%" />
  • Serve hot.
    <img src="//revisfoodography.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ginger-chai-1.jpg" alt="ginger cardamom chai" width="100%"/>

Notes | FAQ

- Adjust tea powder and sugar quantity as per your taste.
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Jessica

Monday 6th of February 2017

Please tell me how you keep your milk from curdling when you add the ginger to the milk.

revifood

Monday 6th of February 2017

Hi Jessica, you need to add the ginger along with the cold milk and then bring the milk to a boil. By this way the milk will not curdle 100% of time. I do this everyday. I haven't tried adding ginger to hot milk and test though. But I assume that there is a slight chance of the milk curdling.

Anu

Monday 26th of January 2015

This is super gorgeous!

revifood

Monday 26th of January 2015

Thanks Anu.

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