As the first showers of monsoon cool down the temperature, we can’t help but be happy to hear the pitter-patter of the rain! During the rainy season, we love to indulge in a hot cup of tea! Indians hold a special affinity towards tea, and monsoons just make us want to enjoy it even more! This monsoon season, why not spice up your daily tea with some masala and ginger? Rather than choosing between adrak chai and masala chai, enjoy the best of both worlds with this adrak masala chai! The best part is that this tea recipe is not complicated at all; you can enjoy a hot cup of adrak masala chai in a few minutes.
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To make this tea, you’ll need to start by preparing the masala element of this adrak masala chai. For that, you’ll need to grind cinnamon, cardamom and cloves in a mortar pestle. This shall be the masala for the tea. Chop some ginger finely and keep this aside.
Now, place a saucepan on the stove and bring water to a boil. Sprinkle the masala powder into the boiling water, according to your taste; you’ll need to adjust the quantity of masala. Next, add the crushed ginger. Add the sugar and tea leaves. Once the tea leaves release colour, add the milk and move the saucepan off the stove. Strain the tea in a cup and enjoy masala adrak chai!
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Sounds easy, right?! Enjoy this tea during the monsoons and amaze your family with your culinary skills. Do tell us in the comments section below how you liked it!