Filter coffee is a more precise way to taste the different nuances of a coffee, especially the flavors that may not shine through as well in an espresso. Filter coffee, by comparison, has a cleaner, smoother, and less acidic taste.
Course Beverage, Drinks
Cuisine South Indian
Prep Time 10minutes
Cook Time 5minutes
Resting Time 30minutes
Total Time 45minutes
Author Punam Paul
3teaspoonscoffee powder (कॉफी पाउडर)
¾cupfull cream milk (पूर्ण वसा वाला दूध)or add as required
2teaspoonssugar (चीनी)for each glass or mug or add as required
Making Coffee Decoction
Take the coffee filter maker. Place the upper vessel on top of the lower one. Then put 3 teaspoons of ground coffee in the top pot with the perforations.
With your fingers or a small spoon, gently spread and even out the coffee powder.
Place the handle of the pressing disc on top of the coffee powder.
In a saucepan, bring 1 cup of water to a boil.
When the water begins to boil, gently pour it into the top pot until 3/4th or nearly full.
Place the lid on top. Wait 25 to 30 minutes for the coffee decoction in the lower vessel to percolate.
Making Filter Coffee
When all of the coffee has been brewed, heat 3/4 cup full-fat milk or whole milk until it is hot and boiling.
Take a tumbler (glass) and put 2 teaspoons of sugar in it.
Then pour 1/4 to 1/3 cup hot boiling milk directly into the tumbler (glass). To avoid the malai that that forms while boiling the milk, I strain the milk. But, if you enjoy the malai, you can add it without straining the milk. You can adjust the amount of milk as per your preference.
Pour 1/4 cup or 1/3 cup of the brewed coffee into a measuring cup. You can add as much as you want.
Serving Filter Coffee
Take dabarah or davara now. This is a small pan-shaped container used to cool coffee. The coffee is poured from the tumbler to the Davara and back again. As a result, the sugar dissolves, and a layer of foam forms on top of the coffee. Pour the coffee from the tumbler into the Davara from a height.
Return the coffee from the Davara to the tumbler.
Pour coffee into the Davara from the tumbler and vice versa. You can repeat this process 2–3 times. Don't overdo it, or the coffee will become cold. You can also skip this step if you prefer.
Hot filter coffee should be served. It must be served as soon as possible after it is prepared.
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