Our traditional Masala Chai Spice Tea - a recipe handed down for generations - is now made available for you. This special tea contains cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, saffron, and nutmeg amongst other aromatic spices. Add this to your black tea to make a chai tea or use as is with Hot Milk for a decaffeinated Chai.
Description: Chai Powder includes cinnamon, ginger, cloves, cardamom, nutmeg, saffron, pepper. This is a strong concentrate. A pinch is enough per cup of tea.
Recommended Storage Instructions: Transfer a small amount in a bottle to keep the tin airtight for longer periods. This will ensure you're able to enjoy the freshness of the Chai spice for a longer time.
Note: These recipes have been provided by existing users of the chai spice..proven and enjoyed dishes.
Salad Dressing Empty contents of left over red wine into a jar, add masala chai powder and few drops of olive oil. Let this marinate for a few days. Enjoy this over fresh salads or use it in cooking instead of plain red wine.
Meat Sprinkle masala chai powder over roasts or any piece of meat that needs to be baked/grilled.
Cakes As a substitute for cinnamon in cakes. We’ve had many customers say its great when making a carrot or banana cake!
Curries Can be used as a substitute to garam masala in indian cooking.
Fight the Flu Put half a teaspoon in a mug, add hot water. Sniff this all day and you’ll notice the difference. If you can, drink it whilst its hot.
Want to know How To Make Chai Tea the traditional way? Click here for the recipe!