Monday, January 2, 2017

Desi Cappuccino | Beaten coffee recipe by morEwish

Did you heard about beaten coffee, also known as soft coffee, Indian cappuccino, whipped coffee, Pakistani cappuccino and maybe more names?

Y’all, beaten coffee is completely delicious!

It is a very simple method of making cappuccino style coffee at home. It involves incorporating air into a paste of coffee and sugar till thick and frothy, by beating the mix with a spoon. This method of beating the coffee mix is what gives the coffee the name Beaten Coffee. On addition of milk, this coffee mix dissolves and the air is released creating a delicious froth of top of the coffee.

Video Tutorial:

You need:

Milk – 1/2 cup
Water – 1/2 cup
Coffee Powder – 1 tbsp
Sugar – 1 1/2 tbsp

Combine the coffee powder and the sugar in a cup.

Add the water little by little to the mix and stir well. the mixture should not be watery, just moist.

At first, for about a minute you will find no difference. Once the froth starts appearing add 3 to 4 drops of water.
Now roll up those sleeves and start beating the coffee mixture till it becomes thick and creamy. This will take a good 10 minutes, so be prepared for aching arms the first time.
Add a few drops of water if needed and keep beating. At no point should the mixture be watery so go slow on that temptation to add more water.
After a while the mixture will be so thick that it will not drop off the spoon if turned over. I feel it resembles thick coffee butter cream , and oh that smell… so delicious. Do not attempt to lick it off the spoon, that is not very tasty.
During this time, boil the milk and water together.
Add the milk to the coffee mixture and mix to combine.
You will notice a nice thick layer of froth appearing on top.
Now you can sprinkle a pinch of cinnamon powder on top if you like your coffee with a cinnamon flavor. Or maybe try a sprinkle of drinking chocolate on it. Add more milk if you like your coffee very milky, or use just plain skimmed milk for a low fat version. In that case do not add water to the milk. So feel free to find your combination.

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