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    recipe for kerala tea

    i am inerested in knowing the recipe for teh malabari style tea served usually here in the UAE..which ever cafetaria i go...i get similar taste of tht tea...probably they use a lil bit different tea powder than lipton.....and they probably use rainbow milk to make it.....does anyone have any idea how to make this kinda tea which tastes fabulous and thick and milky..pls reply asap...

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    Well, our local Tea Kaddai Nair uses a 1/4 tsp of scented tea dust to his regular scoop of tea leaves, before adding boiling hot water to it.

    Top of that, when it comes to sieving the tea dregs, try doing it 2 or 3 times to extract a really good thick, extraction! After that add, condensed milk or pwdered milk with sugar.

    Try and let me know, okay?

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    thanxxx

    hey thanx....tht was new tip...but pls tel me..wht type of scented tea?? as in..is it aromatic?? or masla type i.e. ginger , garli9c , pepper flavour?? pls pls let me knowww

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    Re: recipe for kerala tea

    Quote Originally Posted by ziaxxxxx
    i am inerested in knowing the recipe for teh malabari style tea served usually here in the UAE..which ever cafetaria i go...i get similar taste of tht tea...probably they use a lil bit different tea powder than lipton.....and they probably use rainbow milk to make it.....does anyone have any idea how to make this kinda tea which tastes fabulous and thick and milky..pls reply asap...
    Hi,

    I like kannan deven or taj mahal tea powder.Its very tasty for getting strong tea.For masala tea you can use crushed ginger and 3 pinch cardamom powder while boiling the water.The add the tea powder,mix well and switch off the flame.Then close it with a lid.After 3 minutes filter it and then pour hot milk and suger.I hope you may get tasty tea.

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