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Chai tea has been a favorite refreshment in India for centuries. Essentially a blend of tea, ground spices, honey, and milk, it can be enjoyed hot or cold. Our version, which replaces cow's milk with soy milk, is served hot.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2002
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  • CeciliaPrytko
    6 JAN, 2010
    Not as sweet or thick as Dunkin Donuts, but a good substitute. I made it also with 1% milk and it was just as good. I think I could make this recipe and separate it into the 4 servings and freeze it four a quick afternoon pick me up. I would just add the milk after defrosting it. Yum!
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  • ChubbyKat
    10 JUN, 2008
    I've never really like soy milk, but this recipe sounds very very interesting! I'll have to try it sometime soon!
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