Nov 16, 2014

Ginger Tea / Inji Tea


Ginger / Inji Tea is a healthy and best refreshing drink.Nothing beats cold in the winter like a piping hot cup of ginger tea with its high level of Vitamin C.Am not a tea person till my MIL came to Oman.I used to prepare regularly at morning and evening for her.so now i too started drinking rarely.


Ginger strengthen immune system due to the high levels of antioxidants,improves digestion and increasing absorbtion of food.Drinking a cup of ginger tea before travelling can help prevent the vomitting assosiated with motion sickness.It contains anti-inflammatory properties that make it an ideal home remedy for muscle and joint problems.It can help relieve congestion assosiated with the common cold.The vitamins,minerals and amino acids in ginger tea can help restore and improve blood circulation that may help decrease the chance of cardiovascular problems.During menstrual discomfort,try soaking a towel in warm ginger tea and apply it to your lower abdomen and drink a cup of ginger tea with honey.It may help relieve the pain and relax the muscles.

Ginger Tea Recipe :
Thats it : Boil Milk – Add ginger... – Strain it
CookingTime  :10mins                                Serves      : 2persons

Ingredients :

Fresh Milk
1 ½ Cups
Water
1/4 Cup
Tea Powder
2 tsp
Fresh Ginger / Ginger pdr
1 tbsp / ½ tsp
Sugar
2 tbsp

Procedure :

1.Heat Milk and water till boil.Then reduce the flame to low.
2.Peel off ginger skin.Crush or grate or chop ginger.Add tea powder,ginger to the milk.Stir milk a once with a spoon.Boil it for 2 ½ -3mins.




3.Now ur tea getting thicker.Switch off the flame.Add sugar.Just make pour two times(Aathuradhu) with tumblers.Filter it.


Serve ginger tea by lenghthy pouring which makes Frothy look.

Refreshing Ginger Tea is Ready...!

Notes :
1.Always add tea powder,after milk boils.It makes sure that the milk is good one.
2.Make the flame low after milk boils and then add tea powder,spices to get the essence well.
(Important step for making tea)
3.Always serve Hot tea with bubbles up.(Great serving tip for tea)

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