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Chai Spice

Rated as 4.57 out of 5 Stars

"I hope to try this on smoked pork ribs. This spice blend offers delightful possibilities. Steep it in tea. Sprinkle it on toast or oatmeal. Fold it into softened butter and spread it on a muffin. Stir it into sugar and sprinkle it on your favorite sugar cookie just before baking. Add a teaspoon to vinaigrette to spice up salads with fresh greens and seasonal fruits."
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10 m servings 6
Original recipe yields 10 servings


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  1. Mix cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, coriander, ginger, white pepper, and salt together in a small bowl.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 6 calories; 0.2 1.3 0.2 0 30 Full nutrition

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I used this spice blend to make a Chai Spice pound cake recipe that I found at King Arthur Flour. I had all these spices on hand, and so I felt it was less expensive that ordering the spice from...

I often cut flour tortillas into wedges, spray with butter-flavored non-stick cooking spray, sprinkle with a cinnamon-sugar mixture, spray again, and bake for about 6-7 mins at 350 degrees F. I...

This is a good blend. I added it to oatmeal cookies so I left out the salt. Next time I will use more cardamom and less pepper. This was really good steeped with black tea.

Great flavor! I used 1/2 less of the ground cloves. I'm having some in my tea right now but am planning on putting into my homemade banana bread and snickerdoodle cookes. Thanks for the recip...

This is a perfect blend of spices for me, particularly the white pepper. Love it steeped in vanilla almond milk (no water); just the right amount of sweetness. Any hints finding a strainer fine...

I wanted to make chai tea at home so I made a batch of this and added it (to my taste) to tea with honey and unsweetened almond milk. I think it’s very nice! I made a triple batch and I’m storin...