Wednesday, April 8, 2015
INDIAN CUISINE - MASALA CHAI TEA
RECIPE MASALA CHAI TEA
Boil three shares milk (whole) and Some water with brown sugar / honey and mixed spices cardamom, ginger, cinnamon (can use other flavors, They are the ones you should not miss That). Boil the picut, about 10 minutes, Enough to befriend all the ingredients and flavors reveal Their leisurely. Then add black tea (preferably be simple, unflavoured) and let it simmer for 5 minutes. Strain and serve hot.
We can put also tarmaric with Ginger And Milk and also Ginger Or star anis. Or black cardamom
Wherever you go in India, you will be welcomed with masala chai, drink consumed both village and city, regardless of social level. Masala chai tea, tea is a sweet, milky and strong fragrant better what is found in India.
In India, tea differs from region to region and even from one family to another.
The tradition of tea consumption in India has a very interesting history. It all started in the early twentieth century, when the Indian Tea Association, a British organization began to aggressively promote consumption of tea, mines and factories to provide convincing workers a tea break and supporting trade conducted by peddlers (chai wallahs ) by trains crossing India.
Chai from a clay cup - That raw, astringent taste of earth, mixed with gingery-sweet-milky tea - is the taste of India.
Potters spin these small clay cups out of the local river. The cups have sun-dried, half-baked in an open fire and Delivered to nearby chai stalls. Chai wallahs customarily tap the bottom of the cup to dislodge unglazed Any traces of dirt Before pouring the chai. Even so,we inevitably a bit of melted clay ingested with our chai. This enhanced the chai's character and, We surmise, the daily dose Also provided multi-mineral supplement of. (I have Been tempted to throw a little dirt in my chai at home.) In time, the broken cups dissolve back into the earth.
The cups come in various sizes and shapes through of India. The average clay cup holds about three or four ounces, but the size of can Vary from a shot glass in Gujarat to the overindulgent, super-sized, ten-ounce chai you can Find across from the Hare Krishna temple in Vrin- Davan. The modest Portions conditioned you to sip and savor the chai Steady, giving you the Opportunity to socialize at more chai shops through of the day.
In Banaras, clay cups is Called puruas; in West Bengal, Bhaarat; and across much of India Referred to as kullarhs They are. At train stations, the cups have jokingly nicknamed puht ke pi, pi ke Meaning "to drink" and puht Referring to the sound it Makes When it hits the tracks - drink and chuck.