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Recipe For Karha Masala — 27 Comments

  1. Did not know chai already meant tea–I’ll have to stop automatically saying chai tea now!

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    • I also have to do the same 🙂

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  2. Hi Tandy!
    One question, what kind of ice cream did you use? And, how did you blend it? (Ok, two questions)
    Thanks 😉

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    • Hi there – I have posted the recipe for the ice cream as I make my own 🙂

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  3. Hi Tandy, that is a nice recipe for chai masala & your ice cream looks divine. I never drink ordinary tea–i have to have-chai. Try making the chai with your masala, but use only fat free milk and no water–place the milk in a pot and add the chai masala, tea leaves and bring to a boil. Chai made this way is just excellent

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    • thank you so much for sharing that with me Usha, I will make some more of the masala and give it a try 🙂

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  5. I’m sure those spices make a gorgeous ice-cream.

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    • They do – I’ve just blogged the recipe 🙂

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  6. I never knew chai meant teas either…. that is redundant! 🙂

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    • very! and now I can understand why my Indian friends keep asking me if I want Chai 🙂

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  7. Now I’m craving a spiced chai latte from Starbucks.;) That ice cream must taste wonderful.

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    • I have never been to Starbucks! The ice cream was amazing and I have just blogged the recipe 🙂

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  8. What an intriguing flavor of ice cream! And a great analysis of Indian words…my roommate is Indian and apparently most food descriptors are used incorrectly all the time.

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    • It is so great to learn new phrases and then use them correctly 🙂

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  9. I just had a big spicy whiff of Christmas up my nose — honestly! 😀

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    • that is so good!

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  10. Sounds like a lovely warming spice mix and I´d love a cup of chai made with that!

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    • It is very warming (read hot) 🙂

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  11. Wow, very different and sounds delicious.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • thanks Mandy 🙂

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  12. Nice idea – I use tea in quite a lot of recipes, although I rarely drink it.

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    • I am starting to use tea for more than my tea cup, slowly but surely 🙂

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  13. sounds delicious!

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    • it was put to good use as well 🙂

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  14. that is a lovely chai masal tandy. We use everything that you mentioned except fennel seeds in chai masala

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    • thank you Veena for sharing that – I just guessed what I needed 🙂

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