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Sunday, May 22, 2022

The Right Way To Make Tea| A standard Recipe Of Tea|

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The Right Way To Make Tea| A standard Recipe Of Tea|Bharatiya_Bhojan|
The authentic method to make tea.
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The most consumed drinks globally, apart from water, is the tea and coffee (as the non-alcoholic beverages). There is almost nobody in the world who doesn't like tea. We all like tea very much, and there will hardly be any house where tea is not made.

There are many different ways of making tea and coffee, and supplementary ingredients are like ginger, clove, cardamom, mint, jaggery, honey, and cream, can be added as per the preference.
Here is a popular and standard recipe for making tea, which is the authentic way of making tea. This tea is beneficial for health.
Over boiling of the tea leaves destroys or reduces its nutrient elements, even if the tea tastes more delicious.

Generally, four essential ingredients are necessary to prepare a tea:

  • Tea leaves.
  • Sugar/sugar cubes/powder. ( Don't use in case if diabetic)
  • Milk.
  • Water.

The supplementary ingredients which make tea more delicious and healthy:

  • Ginger.
  • Clove.
  • Cardamom.
  • Mint.
  • Lemon.
  • Honey.
  • Jaggery or powder of it.
  • Cream.
  • pinch of salt( some people prefer to use it along with or instead of sugar)

Recipe to make a @90ml. tea is here: 

(Consider it as a unit if making more quantity.)

  1. Pour a large cup((100 to 120 ml.) of water into a vessel,
  2. Add one or two tsp of sugar, one crushed piece of ginger, and three cardamoms, and boil the water at a high temperature.
  3. Then add just four tsp of milk, not more, into it. Adding more milk is another mistake apart from over boiling, which needs more sugars and ruins the original brewing taste of tea leaves.
  4. After adding milk, reboil the mix on medium heat.
  5. At last, add tea leaves (one tsp would be enough), cover the pan, and switch the gas off. Don't take off the pan from the gas before five minutes. Then stir the mix four to five times by moving the pan in a circular motion but slowly.
  6. The tea is ready; garnish with mint if like, and drink at a medium-hot temperature (The habit of drinking the hot tea is harmful to health), with or without bread, biscuit, or anything you prefer.

Note: Sugar is used with water to boil in this tea recipe. You can prepare tea without adding sugar previously and adding it externally at last before drinking the tea.

A supporting video added here for visual demo:

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