Chocolate tea. I wrote this because there are an astounding lack of chocolate tea recipes on the internet. The first time I heard about Chocolate Tea was doing a web search on Chocolate. There seem to be a few companies out there who sell chocolate tea.
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Ingredients of Chocolate tea
- Prepare 1 cup of pani.
- It’s Half teaspoon of chai patti.
- It’s Half teaspoon of chini.
- Prepare 1 teaspoon of cocoa powder.
- Prepare 1 cup of milk.
- It’s 1 of illaichi.
- You need 1 of long.
- It’s 1 of darchini ka tukra.
Chocolate tea is an herbal infusion prepared by blending either roasted cocoa shells/cocoa nibs or chopped/grated chocolate with one of the tea varieties like green, black, mint, or other flavored herbal teas. The amount of caffeine present in the beverage varies depending on the type of tea used. Imagine indulging in chocolate without having to worry about calories! That's what chocolate tea claims to do.
Chocolate tea step by step
- Pani me masale dal kar chai patti chini dal dein.
- Ubalne lage doodh dal de coco powder dalen.
- Mix karein serve karein.
It is a dessert served in the form of tea. While the market is loaded with a myriad of chocolate-flavored teas, the authentic one is made from the shells of cocoa beans. The cacao pod is cracked open for obtaining the seeds, which are then fermented and dried. Cocoa tea is a blend of chocolate with other spices and gives this "tea" a strong chocolatey flavor that is much heavier than the packaged hot chocolate with marshmallows. The cocoa beans are roasted, crushed (ground), spiced and then rolled into the balls or even sticks.