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Most of the people in our country start their day with hot chai. Chai is a popular drink not only in India but all over the world. The pleasure of drinking chai keeps on sipping chai in every season. Some people make chai with cardamom or ginger for taste, if a pinch of spice powder is added, then the taste of the chai increases. The fragrance of homemade chai masala is also very good.
Tea Masala Powder- Tea is a beverage & masala means a mixture of spices. Homemade tea masala or chai masala is an aromatic blend of whole spices which makes Indian tea flavorful.
HOME MADE TEA MASALA POWDER RECIPE
Hi, I am Meena Manwani, Cooking, writing, reading these three are my hobbies.
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Today I am posting my first post on meenamanwani.com. In which I will share with you how to make chai masala powder for your favorite masala chai at home. While reading & writing, if I have a cup of masala chai in my hand, then it is as if it has become “Icing on the cake” for me. That’s why I am first sharing the recipe of Chai Masala Powder.
I hope you will like my post. Will keep posting recipes in future also. I am sure you will like this recipe.
All the ingredients required to make Chai Masala Powder are available in the Indian kitchen.
Cuisine : Indian
Course : Masala/Condiments
Key word : Tea masala powder/Home made chai masala powder
Meal type : Veg
Preparation time : 5 minutes
Cook time : 2 minute
Total time : 7 minutes
Servings : About 250-300 grams (change the number to scale)
1) Dry ginger – 100g.
2) Cardamom – 50g.
3) Black pepper – 50g.
4) Cinnamon – 25g.
5) Cloves – 25g.
6) Fennel seeds – 25g.
7) Nutmeg powder -1/2tsp
8) Basil leaves -10-12 addresses
# Benefits of Chai Masala Ingredients
1) Dried ginger: Dry ginger works to increase blood circulation and helps in increasing immunity.
2) Cardamom: Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties are found in cardamom. The antimicrobial present in cardamom is good for oral health. And cardamom also enhances the aroma of chai. Its fragrance spreads fragrance throughout the kitchen.
3) Cinnamon: The compound present in cinnamon is full of many medicinal properties. Cinnamon cures air diseases.
4) Cloves: Carbohydrates, protein, calcium, minerals, and vitamin K are found in abundance in cloves. Clove destroys the harmful bacteria of the mouth.
5) Black pepper: The antibacterial element found in black pepper helps in relieving cold and cough. And also helps in protecting against infections. Digestive power is also strengthened due to black pepper.
6) Fennel seeds: Elements like iron, calcium, potassium are found in fennel. Anti-inflammatory properties are also found in fennel.
7) Nutmeg: Nutmeg has antifungal and antibacterial properties. The use of Nutmeg reduces the chances of infectious diseases in the body.
8) Basil leaves: Basil leaves are full of medicinal properties. Basil leaves have antioxidant properties. The taste of chai also increases with basil leaves.
RECIPE OF CHAI MASALA POWDER
1) To make chai masala powder, first cut dry ginger into small pieces.
2) Now heat a pan, roast dry ginger pieces in this pan on medium heat, as soon as the moisture of dry ginger ends, keep dry ginger in a plate to cool down.
3) Then in the same pan add cloves, black pepper and cardamom.
4) After that add cinnamon and fennel.
5) At the end, put basil leaves and roast all these whole spices for a minute, as soon as the smell of spices starts coming, turn off the gas.
6) Immediately spread these roasted spices in a plate. Let the spices cool down completely.
7) Now in a mixer jar, first grind dry ginger finely. Put this dry ginger powder in a bowl.
8) Then add the roasted spices in the same mixer jar and grind them finely.
9) Lastly, add the roasted spice powder as well as dry ginger powder and nutmeg powder and run the mixer once again, as all the spices are mixed. You can also put some saffron strands in this step.
10) Chai masala powder is ready. Keep this powder in an air tight container.
Homemade Chai masala powder can be stored in the fridge for 4 to 5 months by storing it in an airtight container. But I suggest you to grind as much as 2 to 3 months. So that the freshness of the spices remains intact. If possible, keep the container of this powder in a cool and dark place. Keep it outside the fridge. Keeping it in the fridge destroys the real flavor of the spice.
USES OF CHAI MASALA POWDER
★ To make 2 cups chai, add 1/2 tsp masala powder.
★ This powder can also be used in black tea.
HOW TO MAKE CHAI ️ MASALA POWDER STEP BY STEP WITH PICTURES
(Tea Masala Powder Recipe – With Detailed Photos)
1) Roast dry ginger in a pan on low heat for 1 minute.
ROAST THE DRY GINGER
2) Immediately put the roasted dry ginger in a plate and keep it to cool on the side.
3) In the same pan, add cloves, black pepper and cardamom and cook light. (ROASTED THEM SLIGHTLY.)
4) Put cinnamon, fennel and basil leaves, and immediately turn off the gas and roast it lightly on a hot pan.
5) Immediately spread these spices in a plate. Let them cool completely.
6) Grind the dry ginger finely.
7) Put dry ginger powder in a bowl and keep it aside.
8) In the same jar, grind the rest of the roasted spices into a fine powder.
9) Add dry ginger powder, nutmeg powder and 8 to 10 saffron threads to this ground powder. (Saffron is optional) Stir the mixer once again.
10) Chai Masala Powder is ready. Store the powder in an air-tight container.
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