From Here

Spice ingredients for one pot of tea:
1/2 of a star anise star
10-12 whole cloves
6-7 whole allspice
1 heaping teaspoon of cinnamon bark (or 2 short sticks)
6-7 whole white peppercorns
1 cardamon pod opened to the seeds (not pictured)
Other ingredients:
1 cup water
4-6 cups whole milk
2 heaping tablespoons of a high quality full-bodied broad-leaf black tea (Ceylon, or English Breakfast if a broad-leaf Ceylon is not available)
Sugar

1 In a 2-qt saucepan, add spices to 1 cup of water. Bring to a boil; remove from heat; let steep for 5-20 minutes, depending on how strong a spice flavor you want.

2 Add 4-6 cups of whole milk to the water and spices. If you don’t have whole milk, you can also use non-fat or low-fat milk, just add some cream to it, a few tablespoons. Bring the milk and spice mixture just to a boil and remove from heat.

3 Add the tea to the milk and let steep for 5 to 10 minutes to taste. (Option at this point – reheat to a simmer and remove from heat.) You can add sugar at this point, or serve without sugar and let people put the amount of sugar in they want. Traditionally, sugar is added before serving.

4 Strain into a pot. Serve. Add sugar to taste.

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About д§mд

An amateur photographer/blogger who loves to shoot. People, Things, Places.Tend to see things from weird angles to make them look interesting in photographs.Capturing their souls. Photography is my journey into soul exploration.

2 responses »

  1. Elise says:

    Hi there,
    I’m delighted that you like my recipes well enough to mention them on your blog. I ask that if you do copy a recipe of mine that you take just the recipe, not the photos, provide a link (thank you!) and re-write the recipe in your own words.
    Thank you so much for your consideration.
    Best,
    Elise
    Simply Recipes

  2. д§mд says:

    Hi dear I’m so grateful that you commented in person 🙂

    Will try to do that … but this is a blog where I actually collect recipes mainly from other blogs .. just like an online diary … a very few are my own … I do try my best to link them up 🙂

    Thanks for showing up though!!

    And You are doing just great work – Thumbs up for that 🙂

    Wont take pic – thanks!

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