I don't drink coffee but love to drink tea, juices, punches and will try almost anything with liquor - I am a bit of a lush that way. As always, I won't post it in here unless I have tried and have just discovered how many recipes there are on this site!
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This is a great recipe for the typical tea drunk in Afghani homes. It is easy to make and very warming. Traditionally you drink it with sugar but if you wish to leave it out or sub with Splenda etc, that's OK!
It's just to yummy! Great this time of the year. You can pakage all the spices in a pretty bag or glass jar enclosed with directions. And give away!
The picture displays not only the tea but the spices that make it.
When feeling down make this warming tea Drink hot with a little milk twice a day to ward off coughs and colds.
In the Middle East and Turkey, green cardamom powder is used as a spice for sweet dishes as well as traditional flavouring. In Arabic, cardamom is called al-Hayl.
South Asia green cardamon is often used in traditional Indian sweets and in tea, or chai, a common ingredient in Indian cooking, and is often used in baking in Scandinavia.
This is too easy, and is an almost nightly ritual in my house. I've based the measurements on a recipe from another site, but that one calls for water to thin the Nutella. I've never tried it that way. The cooking time is approximate.
Since my Recipe#206892 has received rave reviews...I decided to play with another favorite flavor combo...cinnamon and chocolate...Yum! Any strong brewed cinnamon flavored tea should work or chai. My favorite is Celestial Seasonings Bengal Spice...I love it with just Splenda and creamer too...it tastes like hot cinnamon candies!
This is one of my absolute favourite things to drink, other than coffee and regular tea, that is! It's so easy, and it's good for you, too! You can buy ginger tea in packets, but it's better (and cheaper, too) to just make your own with fresh ginger. Thanks to Cdn Living Magazine for the original recipe I based this on!