I love to start my day with a chai tea, iced in the summer and hot in the winter. It’s cheaper to make your own Instant Pot chai tea concentrate than it is to buy just one serving at your local coffee shop. Plus you can make yours with black tea, green tea, decaf tea, or roobios. Oh yeah, you get to decide if you sweeten your concentrate or not and what you sweeten it with!
You Can Make Drinks In Your Electric Pressure Cooker?
Why Make Homemade Chai in Your Electric Pressure Cooker?
Instant Pot Chai Tea Concentrate is cheap, easy, and you can make some in about 20 minutes start to finish. The time includes the Instant Pot coming up to pressure and cooking for 10 minutes.
Why not just make it on your stovetop? Well, in the summer it heats your house up to cook on the stove, so that’s enough reason for me. And in the winter you still get to have hands off time while your tea is brewing.
If you are looking for a way to make iced tea that doesn’t heat up your house, you have to try The Best Summer Instant Pot Iced Tea.
Customize Your Own Chai Blend
If that’s not enough reasons for you to try making chai at home, then think about all the little tweaks you can make.
You can use decaf black tea, green tea, or even leave the tea out altogether if you want.
I’ve found the exact balance of spices I like and you can adjust my recipe to fit your tastes.
What is Chai Tea Concentrate?
Chai is the word tea, so the way we Americans call it is actually tea tea. It’s actually known as masala chai, which is a spiced tea with milk.
Concentrate just means that we’re making the tea double-strength. This works to our advantage in two ways. First, it takes up less room in your refrigerator and second it’s just right once you add nondairy milk to it.
How Do You Make a Chai Tea Latte?
It’s so easy! Basically, you just dilute the Instant Pot Chai Tea Concentrate with your favorite nondairy milk.
You can make it iced or heat the mixture up to make a hot chai latte.
Doesn’t Cooking my Tea Bags Make the Tea Bitter?
Boiling tea bags is a no-no for sure. But when you cook on high pressure in the Instant Pot even though the temperature gets high, it actually doesn’t boil.
Of course if you are super picky about your tea, you can add your tea bags after you release the pressure and let them steep for 5 minutes.