Masala Chai Recipe

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Masala Tea

How to make it

Masala tea, also called masala chai is one step above the regular chai. A unique blend of taste and aroma that comes from all the spices used in its preparation is the USP of masala tea.

Masala Chai
  1. In a saucepan, boil water.
  2. Then, take cardamom, black pepper and cloves. Then, crush these using a mortar and pestle.
  3. Now, put the crushed spices along with dried ginger powder, cinnamon powder and fresh tulsi leaves into the saucepan.
  4. Then, boil on low to medium flame for 2-3 minutes. This step is important to let all the flavours and aroma blend together and become strong.
  5. In the next step, add stevia/ sugar (as guided by your nutritionist) and tea leaves.
  6. Then, give it a boil for 1 min.
  7. Finally, add some milk and boil it for another 2 minutes to let the flavours simmer.
  8. And, your masala chai is ready.


  • Masala tea has great antioxidant potential because of all the spices present in it.
  • Moreover, the presence of tulsi leaves and cinnamon powder makes it an immunity-boosting drink.
  • Masala chai is also beneficial to drink if you have cough, cold or congestion. Since, ginger plays an important tole in that.
  • Also, this tea recipe is good for a smooth digestive process. Tulsi, cardamom and cloves, all help in proper digestion.
  • It is a good source of instant energy and also helps with menstrual cramps.
  • Ginger powder and cloves in the tea help reduce the inflammation in the body if any.





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Please make sure to consume Masala tea under the guidance of a dietitian/nutritionist. Excess tea consumption can lead to acidity, heartburn and bloating in certain cases.


Savi Sharma

Savi Sharma

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