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May 5, 2010

Pudina Chai ~ Indian Mint Tea


~ Refreshing and Healthy Indian Mint Tea ~

Ingredients :


Tea Powder : 1 tsp
Fresh Mint Leaves : 5 to 7
Water : 1 cup
Milk : 1/4 cup
Sugar to taste


Pudina Tea / Teneeru ~ Mint Chai

Method :


Bring one cup of water to boil, then add tea powder, fresh mint leaves, milk and sugar. Let it boil for 8 to 10 minutes. Remove from flame and strain the tea. Tea is ready.

33 comments:

  1. Hari, this looks so good. I am not a tea person, but the color of the tea is very tempting :)

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  2. Wow mint tea.Never tried this dear.

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  3. thanks for all ur comments dear.. ur blog is too good and ur clicks are awesome.. Iam just learning to give a good click for the last few days.. thankss..

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  4. Can i have a cup with some salty snack :)

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  5. This looks so good. I am not a tea person, but the color of the tea is very tempting :)

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  6. Nice cup of tea...Am self Inviting myself

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  7. Harichandna,

    Pudina chai looks really yummy. Look like i need them now.

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  8. i can smell mint here..its raining here and I can hav a cuppa myself.

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  9. Very unique type of tea, sounds really good...

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  10. Mint in tea sounds interesting and fabulous...

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  11. Very unique and Wonderful looking Tea. Must have tasted great as well.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. Refreshing and delicious.A lovely cup of tea.

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  13. Hot mint tea looks super fantastic..awesome!!

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  14. love mint tea. Looks so comforting :)

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  15. love aroma of mint..Looks awesome

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  16. Wow!!! Please, pass on that cup to me :)

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  17. Its been a while since I had mint tea. I had no idea of mint in tea. When I was in college my friends mom made it for me and I liked it a lot. thanks for taking me back in time and making me feel so happy. I know this tea would taste good and comforting Hari.

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  18. mint tea..never tried this one..have to try..nice click yarr

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  19. Always love ginger-lemon-grass-pudina chai...

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  20. Hi. I am not a tea person, but mint will surely add freshness to any drink.

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  21. wow...i like this tea...my fav

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  22. I can guess the flavour :) i love tea a lot and will surely try this :)

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  23. wow! i can smell the aroma here!gr8 post

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  24. oh wav mint tea i never heard ..definetly ill try this tea looking soo color..iam eager to taste the tea..

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  25. Pudina chai is new to me...sounds very flavorful...nice clicks :)

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  26. This pudina chai was the first thing I tried to fix for my friends...as a teenager, but got -ve compliments back then, now I really shaped up my cooking, mint chai is appreciated by my friends now:):) Loved ur preparation, stirred up old days memories:)

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  27. i would really lovethe minty taste ..looks so good..

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  28. I want to try it but I don't have tea powder. Can I substitute Indian tea leaves?

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  29. I can feel the aroma...looks absolutely tasty

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  30. A friend of ours gave us a powder like brown color, it has some little seeds in it, and she said it's indian tea. She also coupled it with mints and dates. Is that really an indian tea?

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