Coconut Milk Masala Tea is an amazing variation of one of the most common beverages namely Tea Coconut Milk Masala Tea is an amazing variation of one of the most common beverages namely Tea that we all have in the morning or at any time given. Tea is a very popular drink across the country and is made is various ways adding different flavors like spice tea, ginger tea, cardamom tea, ice tea etc. The coconut milk is very creamy and enhances the flavor in this Masala Tea. Other ingredients like ginger, pepper, cinnamon, turmeric powder together adds exotic flavors and to this delectable masala tea which is sweetened with honey. Tea is a popular drink generally had after a long days work, or during winter days to beat the cold or after having heavy oily and spicy food.
Recipe: Coconut Milk Masala Tea
- Ginger - 1 piece
- Pepper - ½ tsp
- Cinnamon - 1 stick
- Turmeric powder - 1 pinch
- Honey - 1 tbsp
- Coconut Milk - ½ cup
- Crush ginger, pepper, cinnamon with pestle.
- Boil water in tea container and add the crushed mixture, turmeric powder, honey and allow it to boil for 2-3 mins.
- Add coconut milk and boil again and strain into a cup.
- The coconut milk masala tea is ready to serve.
Coconut milk is extensively used in Southern India. The coconut milk masala tea is the epitome of comfort beverage as it is rich, Creamy, Soothing and Exotic to taste. In India, Kerala is the main hub where coconut milk is extensively used for various dishes such as Paal Paniyaram(Paniyaram In Coconut Milk), Tapioca With Coconut Milk, Fish Molee (Kerala Style In Coconut Milk), Coconut Milk Rasam (Kobbari Charu) and many more.
Coconut milk is a vital ingredient in used in many traditional Thai foods. It is readily available in super market or for true lovers of home cooking; making of coconut milk is irresistible. Coconut milk give a nice sweetness and creamy body to the pudding blended with milk flavoured with vanilla. Two of the most popular Thai desserts made with coconut milk are ‘mango with sticky rice and ‘banana cooked in coconut milk’.
Be aware that stale coconut milk does not taste good and has a rancid flavour. Coconut milk in particular offers exciting array of hidden health benefits. Coconut milk contains many vitamins, minerals and electrolytes, including potassium, calcium and chloride. Coconut milk is an excellent substitute for those who are lactose intolerant or allergic to animal milk. This vegan drink is also soy-free, gluten-free and nut-free. Apart from inclusion in cooking, coconut milk is used in skin-care products to moisturize the skin and relieve dry skin and rashes. It also can be used on the hair and in baths. Do try preparing different types of fresh dishes. To try more delicious and favorite recipe of yours, do click on: www.vahrehvah.com.
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