Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Ginger Tea (very Delicious ) bachelor version included.

Lot Many Times I Seen Bachelors are total naive about making tea, I Experienced this in My hostel life , that even with given facility many of my batch mates were total blank in
making simple tea , so here is simple step to step recipe , for all tea loves .
This is my favorite flavor but you can replace it with green cardamom or mint .
The secret is always measure the same ways and it will be always consistent and delicious.



  • 1 1/2 CUP Clean drinking Water. (no you cant use water from bathroom taps)
  • 1/2 cup Milk (For bachelor version please use milk powder 2 heaped T.Spoon dissolved in 1/2 Cup water)
  • Ginger fresh 1 inch piece (For bachelors , You can use dry ginger power 'suonth' "A Pinch full of " or 2 piece of cardamom open them a bit before adding to water or 3 leaves of fresh/dry mint)
  • Sugar 2 tea spoon full or according to your taste.
  • Tea leaves 1 heaped tea spoon full of ( I use Brookboand's Red label simple tea with leaves )
  • A Sauce pan
  • A Tea strainer
  • 2 CUPS (The same u used for measurements)

Method :

  1. Cut Ginger to thin Slices (or cardamom or mint) and add them to 2 Cups Of water and Bring it to Boil .
  2. Immediately add Milk , Tea leaves , Sugar.
  3. Bring it to a single Boil. Remove from Heat and cover the pan for 2 minutes with a plate.
  4. Sieve with the help of tea strainer directly into Cups.
  5. Enjoy!!

Handy Hint: make sure to measure (cups) with the same cup everywhere and (t.spoon) shud be the same too.

It was My Grand mum who got me started onto ginger tea, she is in her 80s and told me that until today, she does not suffer from pains or aching feet because she drinks ginger tea everyday.


Rohit Jain

This blog is damn delicious looking!
As for tea......ummm good for people like us. Your steps are straight forward. I can already smell ginger & cardimum :)
Rocking blog.

Knowledge is comuunicable Wisdom is Not.

Thanks Buddy ,

Soon will post tea with Tea Bags version too

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