Ambika Tea Masala

Ambika Tea Masala Seven Changes☕

Jul 31, 2022

Since its release, it has been loved by many customers.Ambika tea masala
In addition to the familiar ingredients of masala chai such as cinnamon, green cardamom, and ginger, it also has punchy aromas such as bay leaves, cloves, and brown cardamom for an exquisite balance, making it a versatile spice mix.


Here are seven variations of tea masala! We will introduce various ways to use tea masala.

① Masala Chai
Please see the link below to learn how to make authentic masala chai using CTC tea leaves.
Tea masala, tea leaves, milk, and sugar are thoroughly boiled at each stage and heated to create a fragrant chai.
YouTube link:Masala Chai Spiced Milk Tea

② Add to drinks (hot milk, latte, cappuccino, banana juice, lemonade, cola)
Just add 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per cup for an even more delicious drink with a hint of spice!
It also goes well with bananas and lemons. When added to cola, it tastes like craft cola.

③ Sprinkle on loose vegetables (sweet potato, pumpkin, chestnut)
The sweet and hearty vegetables go well with the tangy tea masala!
You can also add it to cooked foods such as sweet potatoes, pumpkin salad, boiled pumpkin, marron glacé, etc.

④ Ingredients for spice sweets (pound cake, cupcakes, cookies, apple pie, cheesecake, pudding)
Ambika tea masala goes well with dried fruits and nuts. Please try adding it to your usual homemade sweets!
We recommend mixing the cheesecake into either the filling or the bottom♪

⑤ Stir-fried food (paneer, chicken)
A tea masala with a smoky aroma of black pepper, black pepper, and nutmeg! It goes well with paneer and chicken♪
Blend cumin powder: coriander powder: tea masala in a ratio of 2:2:1 to make a mixed powder. For every 200g of paneer (or 1 chicken thigh or chicken breast), marinate with 1 tablespoon of mixed powder, 1.5 teaspoons each of grated garlic and ginger, an appropriate amount of salt, and 1 tablespoon of oil, and fry in a frying pan. (You can also grill it on a fish grill)

⑥ For wine (mulled wine, sangria)
Tea masala that goes well with oranges and apples! Be sure to warm it up in a pot or microwave to make vin chaud, or use cold wine to make sangria♪
Red, white, rosé, it will be delicious no matter what wine you make it with.

⑦Sprinkle on sweets and desserts (vanilla ice cream, panna cotta, cream cheese + crackers + honey, yogurt, cereal, granola)
It has been well received on SNS.Tea masala + vanilla ice creamThere are many other combinations that go well with dairy products and grains!

Please add 1/2 teaspoon to tea masala to your regular menu and discover new deliciousness!

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