Tips for making coffee in coffee maker
Making coffee in a coffee maker, the easiest and fastest way to get a flavored drink. But oddly enough, it also has its own nuances and little things that you should consider, if you want to get a good result.
Proper coffee is a guarantee of success
For anybody not a secret that the main condition for the tart beverage is properly selected coffee. His choice depends on your machine. For drip
coffee makers is better to use a fine grind grain, whereas in automatic coffee machines can fill whole grains, they will grind them.
Very popular capsule machines. They need to buy special coffee capsules. For coffee with a coffee filter fits exclusively medium grind, since the use of grain fine grind can clog the filter, which will prevent the passage of liquid through a sieve. To incorrectly selected coffee was not the cause of the broken machine in the box with the technique manual, where every information is available on the right choice of coffee.
Cooking invigorating drink
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For nearly six centuries mankind drinking coffee, and all this time we try to access the ideal method of cooking. No wonder people have devised many methods, revealing different characteristics of taste. There are ways a very simple and accessible to everyone, and there are those that require special training and the use of special complex and expensive equipment. In any case, the ideal of how close we’re getting to it is not approached, is still a distant guiding star: unattainable, but beckoning. Let’s look at some ways of making coffee.
In the 1930-ies Melior French firm began the production of coffee makers that allow you to brew coffee with hot water, and at the end of welding to stop the extraction of coffee compounds by lowering net piston separating ground coffee from hot water. This cooking method is often called French press, hinting at French origin, but in France it’s called just cafetière à piston. From French press pots were in Italy, and after World war II in the United States, China, Continue reading
In a 100 ml coffee pot, put a piece of sugar, pour 80 ml of cold water and heated to boiling. Then remove the pot from heat and pour into it 5-7 g (two teaspoons) finely ground coffee. After stirring, put on the fire again and bring to a boil. After removing from the fire, poured the coffee pot with water and again bring to a boil.
In an enamel saucepan, stir two egg yolks with 75 g of powdered sugar or sand; add a Cup of hot milk and a Cup of strong hot black coffee. Put the mixture on the fire, stirring constantly, but not boiling. Add the gelatin, previously dissolved in a few spoonfuls of warm, black coffee. Finally pour the cream into small molds and put in the refrigerator.
The amount of gelatin must be taken depending on the volume of the liquid according to the recommended dosage instructions on the package of gelatin.
In a half-full glass of sweet hot coffee put about 40 g of sour Continue reading