African Filter Coffee
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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

Kavita Srinivasan

Ingredients

2-serving
  1. 1 Cup Coffee beans
  2. 1 Cup water
  3. 2/3 Cup Milk
  4. Sugar

Method

15 mins
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    Grind the coffee beans in a mixie/grinder/blender. Depending on your coffee beans, the level of fine grinding will vary.

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    Transfer the powder to a container for long storage.

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    Put 2 tablespoons of the coffee powder in filter.

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    Boil water and pour boiling water over the coffee powder in the filter.

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    Cover the filter with its lid and wait for 5-10 minutes.

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    After 10 minutes, the decoction will be collected at the bottom of the filter container.

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    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.

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    Fill 1/4 or 1/3rd of a cup with decoction, add hot milk and sugar.

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    Mix, froth up by pouring the coffee from a height between two glasses and serve hot.

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