Black latte recipe
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black latte recipe
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Preparation Instructions with Milk Mix one portion of milk, two portions of water & set it to boil in a saucepan. When on boil add 1-2 teaspoon of India's Original Masala Chai and boil for another 1-2 minutes. Add 1-2 teaspoon sugar as per taste. Strain the leaves out. Relish the flavor of a flavoury black tea with undertones of perfectly tangy spices.
This Chai Latte recipe has the sweet and spicy flavor that you love, and can be made at home in just minutes. It’s dairy-free, naturally sweetened, and makes a great healthier alternative to the kind you’d buy at a coffee shop.
Similar to a latte made with coffee, a chai latte is typically made with a tea concentrate and steamed milk. When I worked as a barista in college, the chai concentrate we used had enough sugar in it that it could sit on the counter for over a month without refrigeration. I wanted to figure out a healthier alternative to make at home to avoid that!
Chai lattes that are made with black tea do have some caffeine, but this particular recipe is caffeine-free because you get to skip the tea entirely. I personally don’t have the patience to wait for tea to brew, and then make a latte out of it, so this recipe gets its flavor from an easy combination of spices instead.
This recipe is quick and simple to make on the stove top, but if you want an extra-authentic drink that would come from a coffee house, you can use a milk frother (affiliate link) to heat the milk for this latter, or just to add a dollop of foam to the top, or you can vigorously whisk the milk over the stove to help make some foam without any extra equipment.Tags: black, latte, recipe,