African Filter Coffee

African Filter Coffee

This is a recipe for making filter coffee from the beans. I had coffee beans from Kilimanjaro which tempted me to try this out. It's said that the coffee is generally consumed black. However, I think if you prepare any coffee from the beans, it can be had with milk with the same great flavor.YOU NEED A GRINDER/BLENDER & A COFFEE FILTER

African Filter CoffeeThis is a recipe for making filter coffee from the beans. I had coffee beans from Kilimanjaro which tempted me to try this out. It's said that the coffee is generally consumed black. However, I think if you prepare any coffee from the beans, it can be had with milk with the same great flavor.YOU NEE...

Summary

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  • CourseDrink
  • CuisineIndian
  • Yield2 servings 2 serving
  • Cooking Time15 minutesPT0H15M
  • Total Time15 minutesPT0H15M

Ingredients

Coffee beans
1 Cup
Water
1 Cup
Milk
2/3 Cup
Sugar

Steps

  1. Grind the coffee beans in a mixie/grinder/blender. Depending on your coffee beans, the level of fine grinding will vary.
  2. Transfer the powder to a container for long storage.
  3. Put 2 tablespoons of the coffee powder in filter.
  4. Boil water and pour boiling water over the coffee powder in the filter.
  5. Cover the filter with its lid and wait for 5-10 minutes.
  6. After 10 minutes, the decoction will be collected at the bottom of the filter container.
  7. Transfer the decoction and depending on the strength of the coffee, you can pour more water on the powder for a second batch of decoction.
  8. Fill 1/4 or 1/3rd of a cup with decoction, add hot milk and sugar.
  9. Mix, froth up by pouring the coffee from a height between two glasses and serve hot.