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Masala Chai Tiramisu

First of all, my apologies to the traditionalists who swear by the traditional tiramisu. This fluffy, creamy, 'pick me up' Italian dessert is one of my favorite desserts. In this recipe, I am using our brand of Masala Chai instead of coffee. A twist to the traditional recipe. I am also avoiding using alcohol; somehow, it does not go well with masala chai. Enjoy!

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How to make Chai (using our chai blend)?

Chai means tea in Hindi. Chai is the lifeline of India. Every morning, millions of Indians wake up to the smell of chai brewing in their home kitchens. Outside on the streets of India, chai wallahs (chai vendors) have prepared a delicious cup of chai for on-going customers. YouTube: How to make Chai? For 'Just Like Home' Indian cooking, welcome our brand new Chai flavors. Brought to you by a tried and truly authentic Indian raised in Mumbai. Follow this video to make a hot cup of chai using any of our chai blends: - Masala Chai - Caramel Chai - Vanilla Chai These have been over a year in the making and I am excited to see they are finally...

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The Only Chai Latte Recipe You'll Ever Need

‘Masala’ is a spice blend and ‘Chai’ is tea in Hindi. Usually, Masala Chai is only hot in India, and weather does not matter. This recipe is an adaptation of India’s classic drink. For this recipe, I am using a special Indian tea, please follow the associated link. Click here to access the video.     Ingredients 4 cups water 6 teaspoons white granulated sugar OR your choice of sugar 6 teaspoons black loose tea leaves, preferably Wagh Bakri loose tea  Masala (spice blend): 4 green cardamom pods 4 cloves 4 cinnamon sticks 4 black peppercorns  2 inch piece of fresh ginger Instructions Bring water to a boil over high heat. Meanwhile, muddle 'Masala' spices in a mortar pestle or...

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Chai (Indian tea)

Ingredients1 cup water1 cup 2% milk1 teaspoon sugar1 teaspoon black tea leaves, loose½ teaspoon freshly grated ginger OR 1 pinch cardamom powderInstructionsMix all ingredients in a small pot (1 qt) and bring it to a boil. Once it comes to a boil, simmer for 3-4 minutes, strain. Serve hot.Note: To make Iced Chai, cool chai for a bit and then simply fill a glass 3/4th with ice-cubes and pour chai over it. Serve.

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