how to make refreshing spicy/masala tea

how to make refreshing spicy/masala teahow to make refreshing spicy/masala tea

In Assam chabua is the first English tea garden in India (in 1840). But commercially it had been started producing in the year of 1950, and fast it became the leading tea-producing area in the world. After that Robert Fortune introduced 20,000 tea plants to the Darjeeling in West Bengal, on steep slopes of the mountain range in Himalayas who brought also Chinese tea workers. So there are different varieties of tea leaves are available, and the method of making tea depends upon the types of tea leaves. Now we will see how to make refreshing spicy/masala tea

Ingredients

Tea masala/spice*-1/4th tea spoon

Tea leaves –one heaped tsp Assam tea

Sugar-1 table spoon

Milk-2 cups

 

*how to make refreshing spicy/masala tea

 First we will prepare the tea masala, The ingredients required

Cloves (laung)-2 tsp

Black peppercorn1 tsp

Elaichi(cardamoms3 tsp

Cinnamon (dalchini)-1 big stick

Dried ginger (sonth_-3 tsp

Nutmeg (jaiphal)-1/2

Saunf(fennels)-1 tsp

How to make tea masala

Combine all the ingredients in a pan and dry roast for 1 minute.

Allow it to cool in room temperature then take a jar of blender and make a smooth powder.

 

Again allow it to cool and store it in an air tight container.how to make refreshing spicy/masala tea

You can keep it for 3-4 months except Rainy season

how to make refreshing spicy/masala tea

  • In a milk pan or a small pan, heat 2 cups milk.
  • Add the spices when the milk comes to a boil, and boil it for 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Add sugar as per taste, I have taken one spoon.
  • Throw one teaspoon Assam tea and continue to boil it for 2-3 minutes, this is the time makes flavor of your tea, so boil as per your choice.
  • Pour the tea in the cup by using strainer.
  • Serve tea with khakhra or any other snacks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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