Masala chai in India

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Masala chai, the national drink in India. Prepared in any street kitchen.

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Darjeeling black tea cooked over the fire with cinnamon bark, fresh ginger, cardamom, clove, sugar and milk.

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It is quite an art to get the right  point of the  cooking milk , than sieved through a strainer to get out the cinnamon bark etc.

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7 Responses to Masala chai in India

  1. My favourite all time comfort tea! Love the photos Cornelia! Sharon

  2. Great show of the process. Man, I miss the particular flavor of the chai in Nepal and Sri Lanka, I can imagine it will be the same when I finally make it to India.

  3. Judi says:

    Wow…..wonderful images….I have never had masala chai but it looks to me that I need to go to India to get the best! Yum!

  4. I love making chai tea from scratch, very warming especially during the winter time.

  5. Mouthwatering photos, Cornelia. Now I want some chai. 🙂

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