Chai, also known as masala chai, is a popular spiced beverage that originated in India. It is made by brewing black tea with a mixture of aromatic spices and herbs. While traditional chai recipes call for a variety of spices, this mint chai recipe uses Tea India's Masala tea bags to simplify the process without compromising on flavor. This herbal infusion is perfect for those looking for a refreshing twist on the classic chai.
Enjoying crispy and flavorful pakoras with the aromatic hug of chai is an experience that warms your body. In South Asian cuisine, this combination is more than just a snack and a drink—it is a vibe, a tradition, a comfort.
Masala chai, a delightful blend of black tea and aromatic spices like cinnamon, cardamom, and ginger, is a traditional Indian beverage with a rich and complex flavor. Recently, iced masala chai has emerged as a trendy alternative to the traditional hot version, captivating adventurous taste buds worldwide. Its surge in popularity can be attributed to several factors.
Namak Para is a popular Indian snack that is loved for its crispy and savory taste. Namak Para gets its name from “namak,” which means salt in Hindi, as it is generously seasoned with salt and other spices like cumin, black pepper, or ajwain. Namak Para provides a satisfying contrast to the warmth and richness of chai.
How to make a delicious no bake cheesecake? A Tea India friend recently shared an incredible tasty treat with us for no bake Parle-G and masala chai cheesecakes and we just have to share it. It is unique and tastes out of this world especially if you enjoy masala tea. It is the perfect tea party dessert.
Thai tea is a blend of black tea with added spices such as cardamom, cinnamon, and turmeric, and is mixed with sugar, condensed milk, and evaporated milk. While Indian chai tea is different, we have a blend of the best of both worlds to make a delicious tea ice cream at home.