Turkish coffee maker prepares you for festivity
In North America, Middle East, Caucasus and Balkans there is special way of preparing Turkish coffee. Delicately powdered roasted coffee beans are used after boiling it in a pot finally sugar is added to give taste. By following this method, you can become the perfect turkish coffee maker. People in Turkish make coffee in a very ordinary style at their homes. There is no stirring involved in this method. You just need as coffee pot filled with one and a half cup of water in which you need to add heaped teaspoon of Turkish coffee. Quantity depends upon your requirement but make sure you do not stir the liquid.
After you have done all this, let the water get warm at low fire. The ground coffees on top of the water will go under in and mix with water once the water gets suitably warm. Foam will start forming on the top when the mixture will get warm enough and you can see rise of coffee at the temperature of approximately 80 degrees Celsius. To let it foaming and going up again you need to lift the pot for a second. You need to remove it before it boils when the temperature is approximately 95 degrees Celsius. Hence, a fine Turkish coffee is ready to serve without turkish coffee maker.
Briki is kind of a traditional pot which was being used by Greeks to prepare coffee. Its various sizes which are available are 2, 4, and 6 demitasse cup sizes, helping in creating the exact amount of foam. In making Turkish coffee, the correct amount of foam plays important role. For making Greek coffee for more than six people, it is advisable to make it in phases rather than in one time in one pot. For frothing milk, the use of steaming pot with handle is a good alternative. Stainless briki is commonly used than traditional briki which is lined with tin and formed of brass or copper. There are various usages of Turkish coffee maker
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