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How To Make Masala Chai At Home? Easy Guide To Make Flavourful Tea

Masala Tea Recipe, Easy Tea Recipe

A cup of tea is often a slice of life for a lot of people in India. I am not much of tea-lover myself. However, a lot of my friends and family members are. Eventually, I end up making a lot of chai for them, time and again. Well, not just tea. You know how it goes in each of our families. Sometimes, there’s a strong liking to drink tea with an add-on snack. You can savour your ‘chai moment‘ clubbing it with a plateful of Paneer Bread Sticks.

There are several different ways adopted to make tea; different methods and ingredients are used to make a cup-full of tea. At Flavours To Savour, we bring to you one of the easiest recipes to make tea while you are at home, alone.

Even if not home alone, tea is one such thing that one can prepare at any place, i.e. obviously a kitchen! However, jokes apart. I have seen a lot of my hosteller friends or those who live away from home, struggle to make tea by themselves. (Also Read: Do You Know How To Boil Potatoes Perfectly At Home? Read These Easy Steps To Find Out!)

I have helped quite a few with these below-mentioned steps. The twist in the tale is that a lot of them know I have started this Flavours to Savour food blog. Well, to my surprise, many of them wanted me to share this masala chai recipe on the blog. Well here, we are. You asked for it, and here it is! 

It might not be one-of-its-kind or very unique, but then I can assure you that if you prepare your tea with this Masala Tea recipe given below, you will feel (read: taste) the difference. I would recommend you have it with a piece of Orange Cake as a side-snack.

Do try this recipe at your home or at any place you deem fit to make a cup of tea. I am sure you are in for a delight!

Serving: 1 cup

Cook Time: 5-10 mins

Level of Cooking: Easy


  1. Milk – ¼ Cup
  2. Water – ¾ Cup
  3. Sugar – 1 Teaspoon
  4. Tea Leaves – ¾ Teaspoon
  5. Ginger (Crushed) – A Small Piece
  6. Black Pepper – A Pinch


  1. Add Water to a pan.
  2. Let the Water boil.
  3. After the Water starts boiling; add Sugar, Tea Leaves, Ginger and Black Pepper to it.
  4. After the mixture (Water in the pan) turns black, add Milk to it.
  5. Then, let the mixture simmer for a while.
  6. Now, once the mixture comes to (another) boil, turn off the flame.
  7. Sieve out the Tea in a cup and serve it with some Cookies. Enjoy!


  1. If you want you can add a pinch of Cinnamon Powder and/or Clove (freshly grounded) Powder in the Tea!


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