Organic Tea Masala
Many spices are used in the making of this beverage, commonly called masala chai, with the most prominent one being ginger. As a result, masala tea has strong anti-inflammatory properties and a positive impact on ginger on the masala tea.
Masala chai is an Indian tea beverage made by boiling black tea in milk and water with a mixture of aromatic herbs and spices like organic green cardamom, cloves, black pepper, cinnamon, fennel, dry ginger, and tulsi. Originating in India the beverage has gained worldwide popularity, becoming a feature in many coffee and tea houses.
Masala tea is a favorite Indian beverage. Many Indians enjoy tea in the morning or during the evening. The Hindi names ‘Masala’ here refers to spices and “Chai” means tea. Add 1-inch cinnamon, 2 to 3 green cardamoms, 2 cloves, and 1-inch peeled ginger to a mortar pestle. Use true cinnamon crush coarsely with the pestle and set aside. But make sure that the ginger is flattened and crushed well. Alternatively, choose to grate the ginger and add the spices whole or crushed. Simmer Spices Tea Masala using a saucepan or small pan with a handle, heat 2 cups of water 500 ml. Boil for 2 to 3 minutes. Add sugar to taste and add milk as required. Now add 2 teaspoons of tea powder or tea dust. Boil for 1 minute. This boiling time depends on how strong you want your tea. If you prefer a deeper and stronger brew, then simmer for a few more minutes.
Serving Size 100g Amount Per Serving Calories 29 % Daily Value Total Fat 0g 0% Saturated Fat 0g 0% Cholesterol 1 mg 0% Sodium 27mg 1% Total Carbohydrate 6g 2% Dietary Fiber 1g 45 Sugar 4g Calcium 0mg 8% Protein 2 g 0% Calcium 0mg 8% Protein 2g 0% Iron 2% Vitamin C 1% Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calories diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs