How to Make Jaggery Tea

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Gud ki Chai – A traditional, warm, and comforting Indian tea! It is a perfect, strong beverage to unwind. Here is how to make jaggery tea at home!

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About Jaggery Tea Recipe

This warm and comforting Jaggery Tea (Gud ki Chai) is a healthier alternative to regular milk tea. Making jaggery milk tea can be a bit tricky if you don’t consider or know the factors that can curdle and spoil the tea.

The first time I tried making jaggery tea with milk at home, it curdled immediately. At that time, I was unaware that milk can curdle if jaggery is added to the hot milk directly.

After trying different recipes, I’ve finally found the right way to make jaggery milk tea properly, and now I prepare it regularly at home. I enjoy the rich flavor of jaggery not only in tea but also in various other dishes.

So, here I am sharing a simple step-by-step recipe on how to make jaggery tea at home. Try this comforting mug of hot tea!

Why You’ll Love This

  • A traditional beverage
  • Goodness of natural sweetener jaggery
  • The comforting warmth
  • Earthy flavor profile
  • A delightful soul-soothing tea

How to make Jaggery Tea

Step 1 – Boil Water with Mint Leaves

Boil 2 cups of water in a saucepan. Add 5-6 mint leaves to the boiling water, this is optional. Let it simmer.

While optional, mint leaves add a refreshing aroma, and improve the overall taste of the jaggery tea.

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Step 2 – Infuse Tea Leaves and Chai Masala

After the water comes to a boil, add 2 teaspoons of tea leaves or tea powder. Let the mixture simmer for an extra 2 minutes.

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Step 3 – Add Hot Milk

Pour 1 cup of hot milk into the tea. Bring the mixture to a boil and then immediately turn off the heat. This will prevent it from overboiling and curdling.

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Step 4 – Let the Tea Rest

Let the tea rest for 2-3 minutes, letting the temperature settle.

Step 5 – Add Jaggery

Add 2 teaspoons of jaggery and 1/2 teaspoon of chai masala to the tea without stirring. Turn on the heat, let the tea come to a boil again, or simmer till the jaggery dissolves. Avoid stirring to prevent curdling.

Note – To prevent curdling, refrain from stirring after adding jaggery.

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Step 6 – Serve

Once the jaggery has dissolved and the tea is cooked, serve while it’s hot.

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FAQ’s

  1. Is jaggery tea good for weight loss?

Jaggery is considered a better choice than regular sugar as it is a natural sweetener. If you are trying to lose weight, then using jaggery instead of white sugar would be a healthier alternative without adding extra calories.

  1. Is jaggery tea good for diabetic patients?

If you have diabetes, it is advisable to talk to your healthcare professional for advice that fits your health and needs. It can be a good replacement for sugar, especially if you don’t have diabetes. Jaggery does affect blood glucose but less than white sugar.

  1. Why jaggery tea curdles?

Adding jaggery to milk without considering ingredient order, sudden change of temperature and other factors can curdle the milk. Acidity of the tea when reacts with the proteins in milk can curdle the jaggery tea. So, make sure to follow the recipe properly.

  1. How many calories in jaggery tea?

The number of calories can vary depending on your recipe and the quantity of ingredients that are being used. If you use 1-2 teaspoons of jaggery, it’s roughly 20-40 calories, depending on the quantity.

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Tips & Tricks

  • If you want to make a vegan version of this recipe, substitute the dairy milk with any plant-based milk, soy or almond milk would work best! Do not boil the plant-based milk, just simmer it on low heat.
  • You can use any jaggery such as date palm jaggery or any other jaggery in this recipe. Using organic jaggery in this milk tea decreases the chances of curdling.
  • If you prefer mild tea, use less water and more milk. You can use less tea leaves or tea powder and brew the tea for less time.

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Jaggery Tea | Gud ki Chai Recipe

Indulge in the warmth of jaggery tea—a delightful blend of robust tea, aromatic spices, and the natural sweetness of jaggery. A comforting, flavorful sip!
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine Indian
Servings 2 people

Equipment

  • 1 saucepan
  • 2 tea cups
  • 1 strainer

Ingredients
  

  • 2 cups water
  • 1 cup hot milk (adjust according to preference)
  • 2 teaspoon tea leaves
  • 3 tablespoon jaggery grated or powdered (adjust according to preference)
  • 1/2 teaspoon tea masala (optional)

Instructions
 

  • In a saucepan, bring water to a boil.
    2 cups water
  • Once the water boils, add tea leaves and tea masala to the boiling water. Let it simmer for 2-3 minutes to extract the flavors.
    2 teaspoon tea leaves, 1/2 teaspoon tea masala
  • Now, add hot milk to the boiling tea. Bring it to a boil and then turn the heat off. Let it rest for 2-3 minutes.
    1 cup hot milk
  • Now, add jaggery to the tea. And turn on the heat. Let it come to a boil and do not stir. Allow the jaggery to dissolve completely.
    3 tablespoon jaggery
  • Pour the jaggery tea into cups and serve it hot.

Notes

  • It is important to turn off the heat and let the tea rest for a few minutes before adding jaggery.
  • If possible, use organic jaggery in this recipe as it minimizes the risk of curdling.
  • After adding jaggery to the tea, do not stir the tea as it will result in curdling.
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