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very tasty i love it
its tea very delecious amazing i love it...........
Asalamalikum,can I make this with Pakistani green tea leaves?I don't know where I can get Kashmiri tea leaves in Sydney /Australia.Thank you
awsome tea....i try it...
I love to drink this tea especially in winter, here in Saudi Arabia Riyadh there is only one restaurant where we can find this tea.
you are my friend
Too good :-)
i tried this recipe but the i cant get the good colour of tea plz answer me
zabardast kashmir we love you
Ramesh, KhanaPakana is on its journey to be a gourmet cooking website. With our aim to make available authentic and innovative recipes of worldwide cuisine to people around the globe, we provide recipes in English and Urdu script. You can request us to provide the English format of any recipe you like on KhanaPakana. The KP Support Team will be thrilled to assist you with any request you put forward. A link to Kashmiri Tea recipe in English is emailed to you.
Your two questions, "Tried out?" and "Liked it?" I was attracted to this page by the very title, "Kashmiri Tea". Just as most Kashmiri items, from saffron to Kashmir itself are good, I am sure that Kashmiri tea also must be. However, I found the recipe presented in the Urdu script, without accompanying Hindi or English translation. Hence I could not read the recipe nor try it out. Since childhood, I am a fan of Multani dishes. When eating outside, I would meticulously look out for Multani or Irani restaurants, which existed in large numbers when I was young. Even in those days, those hotels used to display menu in either Hindi or English or both. Because of my likings for Multani food, I often visit Khanapakana website. Unfortunaely yours is the only site, which presents many recipes, which sound interesting by the very name, only in Urdu script, which not all can read. After all, a Gourmet site, wants to promote recipes in the main. Please see that they are all available in Hindi and English also.
kashmir u jan ha hamari
kashmiri chai ki pati na ho to/
i made it very good lz contact me 4 learn 03125007001
is chai ko subha peene ke liye raat se hi bana kar rakh na parege fridge men
ye konsi chai hai jis me salt aur baking powder dalta hai......................pata nahi kia bane ga....lets c
Chai to kashmiri hai, par chai ke tayaar karnee ke tareeke ko kuch ulat pulat kar diya.......let us tell u the right preparation of kashmiri tea.
First Kashmiri tea is of mailny 2 types:
1. Nun Chai (Salty Tea ,Which takes longer time to cook).
2. Kahwah ( Suger Tea, which takes lesser time).
I will tell you here how to preapare Kahwa, as u may be u will not like salty tea.
1. 31/2 cup of water ( if u need 2 cup of tea).
2. Almonds ( Badam) peeled 4 to 6 nos.
3. Cardemom ( Sabez Illachi) 3 nos.
4. Saffron, three to 4 strings.
5. Kashmiri Green tea, a small pinch.
Use copper utensil, if not available then use steel.
put water in the port and keep it on stove. then add Illachi and Almonds( crushed) in it. boil it for 10 minutes. put saffron in a cup, and fill the cup less than half with hot water and close the opening so the aroma will not go away.
then add the pinnch of tea in boiling water, boil it for 5 minutes more and then add thesaffron colorfull water.
cook it for 5 more minutes.
add suger as per ur taste.
and if u want milk , u can add as per ur tase.....enjoy the kashmiri kahwa.......
any one want to know more , write me on firstname.lastname@example.org, i am from kashmir only.
i wl be happy to reply ur questions.
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