Are you a fan of Kashmiri chai? Then brace yourself, as Pakistan’s largest online food network, sooperchef is bringing in the delectable and scrumptious Kashmiri tea recipe for all of its beloved sooper foodies all over the globe! This fuzzy beverage goes by many names, including noon chai, sheer chai, pink tea and gulabi chai, but most notably it is known as Kashmiri chai and is one of the most beloved beverages of Pakistani foodies. There are many other traditional recipes on the menu of the number one digital food network of the country, and some of the most top-notch recipes that you can find on our menu include the delicious ...
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Are you a fan of Kashmiri chai? Then brace yourself, as Pakistan’s largest online food network, sooperchef is bringing in the delectable and scrumptious Kashmiri tea recipe for all of its beloved sooper foodies all over the globe! This fuzzy beverage goes by many names, including noon chai, sheer chai, pink tea and gulabi chai, but most notably it is known as Kashmiri chai and is one of the most beloved beverages of Pakistani foodies. There are many other traditional recipes on the menu of the number one digital food network of the country, and some of the most top-notch recipes that you can find on our menu include the delicious Shami Kabab recipe, the flavorsome Navratan pulao recipe, the aromatic and delectable kastoori boti recipe, the tasty Sindhi biryani recipe and at last but not the least, the salty and tasty namkeen karahi recipe. The original name of the Kashmiri tea is “noon” tea, the word noon literally translating to salt, owing to the ingredients used in the preparation, which are generally salt, baking soda, and milk. The word noon is taken from the Indo-Aryan languages like Bengali, Kashmiri, Rajhastani, and Nepali. The traditional version of the Kashmiri chai is prepared with special tea leaves, sugar, salt and milk and cooked in a special kind of cooking utensil known as the samovar. In the Kashmiri culture, this delectable beverage is served two or three times a day with traditional Kashmiri sweets like sheermal, lavasa, kulcha and bakar khani. You can find the complete recipe for the Kashmiri tea on sooperchef.pk
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Ingredients Kashmiri Tea

1 liter Milk
20 gm Almonds Crushed
20 gm Pistachios Crushed
3 TBSP Kashmiri Tea Leaves
3 Star Anise
1 piece of Cinnamon
7 Cardamoms
1/2 TSP Baking Soda
2 Glasses Cold Water
Sugar (As needed)
Salt (As needed)

Method of Kashmiri Tea

    In a pot, add water, Kashmiri tea leaves, star anise, baking soda, cinnamon, cardamoms and salt.
    Let the mixture simmer and boil it until the water is reduced to half.
    Now add 2 glasses of cold water during making the Kahwah. Stir the mixture and let it simmer for 5-7 minutes. Now Kahwah is ready.
    In another pot, add milk, almonds, pistachios and sugar and boil it for 5-7 minutes.
    Now add Kahwah and boil it for 12-15 minutes on low flame.
    Your tasty Pink Tea Recipe is now ready to serve.

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اجزاء

  • دودھ ایک لیٹر
  • بادام کرش کیے ہوئے 20گرام
  • پستہ کرش کیا ہوا 20گرام
  • کشمیری پتی تین کھانے کے چمچ
  • بادیان کا پھول تین پھول
  • دار چینی ایک ٹکڑا
  • چھوٹی الائچی 7عدد
  • میٹھا سوڈا آدھا چائے کا چمچ
  • ٹھنڈا پانی(برف والا) 2گلاس
  • چینی حسبِ ذائقہ
  • نمک حسبِ ذائقہ

ترکیب

ایک برتن میں پانی لیں اور اس میں کشمیری پتی، بادیان کے پھول، دار چینی، سبز ایلایچی،میٹھا سوڈاور نمک ڈال کر اتنا پکائیں کہ قہوہ آدھا رہ جائے۔پھراس میں ٹھنڈا پا نی ڈال کر پانچ سے سات منٹ کے لیے پکائیں اور چھان لیں۔قہوہ تیار ہے۔

اب ایک برتین میں دودھ لیں اور بادام، پستہ اورچینی ڈال کر پانچ سے سات منٹ ہلکی آنچ پر پکائیں۔پھر اس میں تیار کیا ہوا قہوہ ڈال کر ہلکی آنچ پر
منٹ 20-15 کے لیے پکائیں۔
آپکی مزے دار کشمیری چائے تیار ہے۔

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