5 Types of Tea – Chocolate, Herbal, Masala Tandoori, Ice, Lemon Chai Recipes – CookingShooking

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If you are a fan of tea then this is the recipe for you. We’re not just talking about a pot of traditional Masala Tea anymore. Nowadays, tea making has evolved and there are plenty of variations that you can experiment with. There’s a huge selection of different types of tea in this recipe. Each type of tea has a unique aroma, taste and visual appearance. Hope all tea lovers watch and make their favorite tea, just the way they like it!

Recipe below!

5 Types of Tea - Chocolate, Herbal, Masala Tandoori, Ice, Lemon Chai Recipes
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If you are a fan of tea then this is the recipe for you. We're not just talking about a pot of traditional Masala Tea anymore. Nowadays, tea making has evolved and there are plenty of variations that you can experiment with. There's a huge selection of different types of tea in this recipe. Each type of tea has a unique aroma, taste and visual appearance. Hope all tea lovers watch and make their favorite tea, just the way they like it!
Servings Prep Time
1 cup of each type 30 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 cup of each type 30 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
5 Types of Tea - Chocolate, Herbal, Masala Tandoori, Ice, Lemon Chai Recipes
Print Recipe
If you are a fan of tea then this is the recipe for you. We're not just talking about a pot of traditional Masala Tea anymore. Nowadays, tea making has evolved and there are plenty of variations that you can experiment with. There's a huge selection of different types of tea in this recipe. Each type of tea has a unique aroma, taste and visual appearance. Hope all tea lovers watch and make their favorite tea, just the way they like it!
Servings Prep Time
1 cup of each type 30 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 cup of each type 30 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Ingredients
For Herbal Green Tea
For Chocolate Tea
For Tandoori Tea
For Honey Tea
For Ice Tea
Servings: cup of each type
Instructions
For Herbal Green Tea
  1. In a sauce pan, pour water and add black pepper and cardamom powder. Bring the water to a boil.
  2. Once the water comes to a rapid boil, turn off the flame; add the mint leaves and tulsi leaves. Give it a stir and cover the pan and set aside for 2 minutes.
  3. Before serving, add lemon juice and stir.
  4. Pour honey in the serving cup and then pour the tea using a strainer.
  5. Sprinkle with a pinch of black pepper and stir, and serve the Herbal Tea hot.
For Chocolate Tea
  1. In a pan, pour water and milk, add tea leaves and sugar. Bring the water to a simmer.
  2. Once the water comes to a simmer, add the cocoa powder, give it a stir and cook for 2 minutes, bring it to a boil, turn off the flame.
  3. Pour the Chocolate tea in a serving cup using a strainer. Serve the Chocolate tea anytime.
For Tandoori Tea
  1. Heat a Kulhad, until it’s charred over high heat, you can use a tandoor as well. The tandoor will bring out the charcoal flavour in the tea even better.
  2. In a pan pour water and milk, add tea leaves, sugar and grated ginger. Over high heat bring the tea to a boil.
  3. Once the tea comes to a rapid boil, lower the flame; and cook for further 2-3 minutes. Set aside once done.
  4. For making the Tandoori tea - place the Kulhad inside a deep vessel, pour the prepared tea in the kulhad, you will see an eruption, and the tea will over flow in the vessel. Empty the tea in the vessel and remove the Kulhad.
  5. Pour the Tandoori tea in a serving cup using a strainer. The earthiness of the Kulhad, enhances the flavour of the tea.
For Honey Tea
  1. In a sauce pan, pour water, add tea leaves and sugar. Adding sugar at this stage will bring out a great colour to the tea. Bring it to a boil over medium flame.
  2. Once the water comes to a rapid boil, turn off the flame; add lemon juice and stir.
  3. Pour honey in the serving cup and then pour the tea using a strainer.
  4. Serve the Honey Tea hot.
For Ice Tea
  1. In a sauce pan, pour water and add sugar. Bring it to a boil over medium flame.
  2. Once the water comes to a rapid boil, turn off the flame and add the tea leaves. Give it a stir and cover the pan and set aside for 2 minutes.
  3. In the serving cup place the ice and then pour the tea using a strainer.
  4. Serve the Ice Tea cold.
serving
  1. Serve these varieties of teas, to friends and family and enjoy.
Recipe Notes

Notes:

  • Adjust sugar or honey to your taste, in all your teas.
  • The quantity of cocoa powder depends on the quality of cocoa powder used. If your cocoa powder is strong then use only ¼ tsp.
  • Please don’t mistaken Chocolate tea to hot chocolate; we are using tea leaves, so you would definitely get tea flavour.
  • You can add Chai Masala in the Tandoor tea, for a unique flavour.

Tips:

  • Traditional earthen Kulhad are made with mud or clay, you can easily purchase it in the local market.
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