How To Make Vietnamese Coffee
"Vietnam is famous for the hustling pace of life and fairness to say that the country’s passion for coffee must be at least partly responsible for awakening its energy sources. Coffee is a huge part of the daily life of Vietnamese people."Serves 10 MINUTES | Prep Time 1 HOUR | Cook Time 20 Minutes
Why I Love This Recipe
As you know, Vietnam is the second-largest coffee producing country in the world. Moreover, Vietnam has a rich and creative coffee culture appearing in all aspects of life.
Vietnam is famous for the hustling pace of life and fairness to say that the country’s passion for coffee must be at least partly responsible for awakening its energy sources.
Coffee is a huge part of the daily life of Vietnamese people.
Ingredients You'll Need
The best way to make good coffee will include the following steps: buy The best coffee beans, choose equipment, and proceed with brewing.
Before you go into making a passionate, bold coffee filter, please refer to how to choose a delicious coffee bean and use the right preparation equipment because these are the decisive factors to the quality of the drink.
To make the best Vietnamese coffee, firstly, We rinse the filter with hot water to clean, disinfect, and heat the filter.
After that, we add 25gr of coffee to the filter and then place it on a ceramic cup. Then, slowly pour 30ml boiling water to cover the surface of the cafe. After 2-3 minutes, when the coffee powder has absorbed all the water, expanded evenly, compress the lid with a moderate force and then add 50ml of boiling water, cover and wait for the coffee to extract.
When the coffee extraction is almost finished, press the lid firmly again to remove the remaining coffee. Gently press the lid to extract all the coffee juice.
With the same amount of boiling water and coffee, you will get about 40 – 45ml of coffee juice. How to make pure caffeine will be done when you add a little ice and sugar to the glass if you like.
As you know, some people like drinking coffee in many different kinds. From pure coffee juice, you can make various kinds of coffee such as Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk; Vietnamese coffee with egg; Vietnamese iced coffee; and Yogurt coffee, etc.
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