Food Blog by Garima Jain



The largest selling biscuits in the world, older than India’s independence, the OG Parle- G biscuits. Every second and somewhere in some part of the world, 4551 people are eating Parle-G right now. What better way to eat the OG biscuits, other than in the form of muffins. Almost every person who’s eaten the biscuits has tried the nostalgic flavour of Parle dipped in chai. Hence, decided to modify Parle-G cake’s recipe to Chai flavoured Parle-G muffins. I know you are already drooling, get started with baking. 


* 300 grams biscuits

* 1⁄2 cup sugar

* 1⁄2 tsp baking powder

* 1 tsp vanilla essence 

* 2 cup milk 

* 2 tsp black tea 

* 1/2 tsp tea masala 


* Make the chai first. Heat the milk. Once, the milk starts boiling add the black tea and the tea masala. Heat, till the chai is reduced to half. Let it cool! 

* Roughly crush the Parle-g biscuits with your hand, add to the food processor along with the sugar. Process till it forms a fine powdery mixture. 

* Transfer the biscuit mixture to a big mixing bowl, add the vanilla essence and baking powder. Add the chai that we prepared earlier. Do sieve the chai before adding! Mix until you get a smooth batter. 

* Preheat the oven at 180 degree C. Line the muffin tray with muffin paper liners. In case you don’t have the liners, you can grease it with oil/butter and flour. 

* Pour in the batter covering 3/4 of the liner. Bake for 30 mins at 180 degrees  in the middle rack. Take them out. Let it cool slightly. Your muffins are ready to eat !

About the Author

Garima Jain is a 22yr old fashion student at the prestigious National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bangalore. She has a radiant and frolicsome personality and spends her time baking, learning Kathak and Hindustani Classical music when not studying.

Do check out her food page on Instagram for more recipes @thefatcookindia


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