6 Reviews

Mild, tasty, yummy. Thank you. This was my first foray into homemade chai and I can't wait to make some more!

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Jmommy209 January 27, 2009

the best of the best thanks

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betulayvaci November 13, 2008

awwww Rhonda... being indian, chai runs in my blood. i love my tea wit too much milk and too much sugar,and the works !! i think ur recipe is pretty much the same as any indian tea wallahs. only, this would be called, "Masala Chai "

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Laya Sriraam November 27, 2007

yes i agree - ginger is nice in this as is a type of leaf called "Tulsi" which I think is the same as basil but not sure. It comes from plant with huge religious significane in India whose leaves are not only used in cermonies, but also teas and medications. Mint is also quite nice in this.

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p81 March 27, 2007

if u add alittle freshly grated ginger in it becomes a hot drink for chilly winters.

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nami75ta August 10, 2005

I had this indian version of CHAI TEA several years ago and I've been looking for the recipe ever since. This is so smooth and delicious.... mmmmmmm! I love that cardomen! I refigerated the leftovers and VIOLA...it was superb! Thank You for sharing Rhonda.

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Sunny Day November 10, 2003
Chai (Indian Tea)