Indian Chai Milk Tea

This is the safe version of a tea served at most Indian restaurants. The spices are exotic but subtle, and the soy (or rice, oat, hemp) milk gives a smooth creamy result without the risk of dairy.

Makes 1 Serving (easily doubled or tripled)

Chai Mix:
1 tablespoon whole cloves
1 tablespoon whole fennel seeds
1 tablespoon whole cardamom seeds (not in pods)
2 small cinnamon sticks, broken into small pieces

1 cup vanilla soy (or rice, oat, hemp) milk 1 teaspoon honey

Stir together all chai mix ingredients. Add 1 tablespoon chai mix to soy milk and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and steep for 3 minutes. Strain and stir in honey. Store extra chai mix in an airtight container. ).


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