Hello there friends and foodies! When we think of tea, we will almost instantly associate it with a cup of hot beverage that has the innate ability to warm our soul. Of course, if you’re a Big Bang Theory fan, you’ll know that a hot beverage is customary when we find ourselves upset. While there are plenty of tea variations everywhere, today, we’ll be sharing the recipe for a soul-soothing cup of Masala Tea.
Make A Cup Of Masala Tea At Home
When it comes to local variations of tea, how can we miss out on Teh Tarik right? It’s everyone’s favourite cup of drink when we hang out at mamak stores. Well, aside from Teh Tarik, Masala Tea is another popular option. So, if you miss your dose of Masala Tea from your favourite mamak store, we’re here to the rescue! Here’s a Masala Tea recipe that you might wanna try out while being stuck at home.
- Water (2-3 litres)
- Cameron Highlands Boh tea leaves
- ‘Bunga Cengkih’
- ‘Buah Pelaga’
- Fennel Seeds or ‘Jintan Manis’
- 1 Cinnamon stick
- Fresh Milk
- 4 tbsp milk powder
- 1 tbsp condensed milk
- 2 tbsp of sugar
Step 1: Boil 2-3 litres of water in a pot
Step 2: Put in 4 tablespoons of tea leaves
Step 3: Then, put in ‘Bunga Cengkih’, ‘Buah Pelaga’, fennel seeds (Jintan Manis) as well as a cinnamon stick
Step 4: Crush the ginger and let it boil
Step 5: While the tea is boiling, proceed to prepare the milk by mixing milk powder with hot water and stir until even
Step 6: Add in fresh milk, condensed milk and sugar then stir well
Step 7: Once done, add in milk into the pot of tea, stir well and let it boil
Step 8: Let the pot of tea cool before serving
Let Us Know How It Goes!
So if you follow the steps above, you have successfully made your very own cup of Masala Tea. Now, you can sit back, relax and have some quali-tea time while sipping on this aromatic hot beverage. It’s a tried and tested recipe but let us know how it goes if you’re attempting this recipe. Till the next recipe then!
This recipe is by Ravinder Kaur Joachim