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Masala Chai Ice Cream

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Ingredients

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3 egg yolks
100 g sugar
1 cup milk
100 g cream
3 tsp masala tea powder
¼ cup concentrated tea

Nutritional information

898
calories
117.13 g
carbohydrates
18.48 g
protein
40.82 g
fat
174 mg
sodium
644 mg
cholesterol

Masala Chai Ice Cream

Features:
  • Eggetarian
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

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India and China are the world’s largest tea producers and consumers. As a matter of fact, many people in this world wouldn’t be able to survive a day without a cup of chai. While it is a basic necessity in India, chai in the west is more of a special drink.

But why limit yourself to hot cups of tea when you can treat yourself to some masala chai ice cream instead? Sounds interesting? Well, you make ice cream out of the same ingredients you use in making a masala chai. So now, you could taste your favorite chai flavour in an ice cream. Read on to know about the perfect recipe for this summer.

Health benefits:

  • Chai is known to be an excellent choice for keeping the digestive system and gut healthy. The ginger and black pepper present aids in digestion process.
  • The spices used in masala chai can reduce arthritis. This is mainly because of cloves and ginger present in masala chai. Ginger reduces inflammation and increases circulation in the body by delivering oxygen-rich blood cells to all parts of the body affected by aches and pain.
  • The green and black cardamoms used in masala chi are great for your immune system.
  • There is a very high amount of anti-oxidants found in masala chai which eradicate free radicals which cause Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s as well as many types of cancer.
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How to make Masala Chai Ice Cream

  • In a saucepan, add the egg yolks, sugar, milk, cream, masala tea powder, and the concentrated tea.
  • Boil it till the whole mixture becomes thick.
  • Remove the pan from the hob and let it cool.
  • Pour the mixture or the ice cream base into a container (preferably metal) that has been placed over an ice bath.
  • Freeze the ice cream for 5-6 hours, and you can serve it cold.
  • Masala chai ice cream tastes best when garnished with nuts or a tangy sauce.

Trivia

  • The world’s highest tea grower is McLeod Russel India Ltd. Based In Calcutta, India which produces approximately 100 million Kilos of Tea every year!!
  • China is the World's largest tea producer and consumer.
  • In Burma, apart from drinking tea, they even eat tea by preparing a pickled tea which is called lephet. They make this pickle by softening the tea leaves and rolling them tightly and placing them in the underground to age.
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