Kesar Chai Recipe - A Delicious Saffron Flavored Indian Tea
Kesar Chai is a Chai Recipe that is a must try for your morning Tea. It is the most comforting Indian Tea which has subtle flavors from the saffron strands. Try it and serve it along some evening snacks like Samosas or Pakoras.
Kesar Chai Recipe is a comforting drink had during a Tea Time snack or even for a morning breakfast. The addition of saffron strands while the water is boiling for the tea, gives the tea a deep orange color. Once you add the tea leaves, allow it to brew just a little to ensure the tea is light and does not turn bitter.
Kesar Chai makes a perfect light tea for breakfast or an evening snack.
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- 2 cups Water
- 1 teaspoon Tea leaves
- 1/4 cup Milk
- 10 Saffron strands , or more
How to make Kesar Chai Recipe - A Delicious Saffron Flavored Indian Tea
To begin making the Kesar Chai, add water into a saucepan, along with the saffron strands and allow it to come to a brisk boil.
Once it begins to boil; add the tea leaves. Allow the tea leaves to simmer in the water for about a minute and turn off the heat.
Once you add the tea leaves, allow it to brew just a little to ensure the tea stays light and does not turn bitter.
Stir in the milk into the chai and allow it to rest for a few seconds.
Strain the Kesar chai into the cups and serve. Add a few more saffron strands to the top while serving, this will give a great look and also add to the taste and flavor of the chai.
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