Learn how to make Turkish coffee at home, easy and delicious to enjoy more of the time after meals or those five minutes each evening.
To make Turkish coffee is better to select the best coffee beans of quality, and grind just before brewing
Making Turkish Coffee Home
Learn to make coffee Turkish to enjoy this true delight every day, your events and meetings, or on those cold winter evenings. Prepare your ingredients and your materials, and enjoy your five minutes extra special relaxation with these tips.
Recipe Origin of ‘Turkish coffee’
This is a very traditional drink, consumed throughout the Middle East and became popular worldwide for its aroma and flavor, spicy and exotic. Turkish coffee is prepared in a cezve, a jug of copper (or copper and brass) that has a long handle coated wood or other material to isolate the heat, because this coffee is boiled for a few minutes (very unlike the conventional roasting we usually drink, to which not even the water used to boil).
To prepare Turkish coffee beans of the highest quality are selected, although the variety you have in your city (Viennese roast, and mocha java usually the favorite). It is ground very fine just before brewing so that they retain their best flavor and aromas. There is mixed with water and add spices to taste. Although most famous traditional variant uses finely ground cardamom seeds, some choose to prepare with cinnamon or other flavors. It is also sweetens directly during preparation, using icing sugar (powdered, ground) in the desired amount.
It is important to grind finely both coffee beans as well as the added spice because tradition dictates that after consuming a cup of Turkish coffee, turn the person on his plate, let fall the settled sediment, then read and learn the designs of the future.
Steps to make Turkish coffee
The first is to prepare your ingredients, including the most delicious coffee beans of first quality, and the ground in the designated amount for the number of cups you are going to prepare.
Measure the water using one of the cups of the service, and place within the cezve or small jug, preferably copper. Add sugar desired amount, and mixed with a spoon to dissolve well. It is better not exceed 3-5 jug capacity during preparation, not even exceed half of its volume to prevent spills.
Leads to low-medium heat until you feel a boil, remove from heat and there add the coffee, in the right amount (a teaspoon per cup of 50ml is the traditional measure, but you can vary to your taste). Mix moisturize very well (you can also add coffee from cold water; try to make your own version).
Turkish coffee leads to moderate heat until you break the boil. Remove from heat and, if formed foam above, distribute it into cups with a spoon. Then again cezve fire to make it boil again: when they re-form the foam by boiling, remove from heat, remove the foam with a spoon, and see you in the hot cups, then be filled with coffee. Add a tablespoon of cold water to each cup, to accelerate the deposit of dust at the bottom.
Turkish coffee service
Tradition dictates that we serve either foamy Turkish coffee in small and delicate bone china cups. Serve with one or two pieces of sweet treats (the tone of the origin of this drink, of course), which is then consumed in this intense coffee.
You should also be accompanied with a small glass of cold water, served over a plate of the same game that the cups, we drink before or after, to clean the mouth of the dust that is essential in making Turkish coffee cups.