July 07, 2017
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"Tea to most Indians is like coffee is to the Western world even though coffee is more famous in Southern India. This recipe is a simple cardamom studded "chai" that is a daily affair in India."
Bring the water, tea, sugar and spices to a gentle boil. Depending on preference and strength required determine the time for which you boil the tea.
It is preferred to boil it for about 5-10 minutes. If you are looking for a milder tea you can add the tea after the first boil.
Add milk and boil for another 5 minutes. Strain and serve hot with Indian biscuits or biscotti.
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I loved this tea Nat. It was awesome, so much flavor, rich, creamy and delicious. Perfectly spiced. It was quick and easy to make with excellent results. Thanks so much for sharing another winner. Made for CQ4 - Himmalayas.