Coffee Recipes

How to Make a Cup of Coffee Step by Step

Coffee is a good drink no doubt. It removes our fatigue. We entertain our guests with a cup of Coffee. Making a cup of Coffee is a very simple and easy thing.

Ingredients


  • 1 kettle
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 to 2 teaspoons instant coffee
  • 1 to 2 teaspoons sugar
  • Milk

 

Directions


1First, one has to take a kettle with required quantity of water in it and put it on a stove to boil the water for a few minutes. The water has to be sufficiently boiled, or else the tea will not be as good as it can be.
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2Then you have to put Coffee into it when the water has boiled properly.
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3Then continue to boil it until the water has turned reddish.
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4Next, you have to remove the cattle from the stove and pour the liquor into cups through a sieve.
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5After that, you have to put some sugar into each cup of Coffee, mix a little milk with it and stir it. Then the cup of Coffee is ready to be served.
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A Look at Notes On Cooking


Turn off the television, don’t answer the phone, just sit and read it through. Make a mental inventory of the sort of equipment you need, the cooking techniques required, the ingredients you have on hand. Note the stages of preparation, and get a sense of appropriate timings.

Turn off the television, don’t answer the phone, just sit and read it through.

This is the kind of sage advice you find in Lauren Braun Costello’s new book called Notes on Cooking – A Short Guide to an Essential Craft. The quote above comes from her chapter on Understanding the Recipe and is exactly the advice I try to give my readers at The Reluctant Gourmet web site and the Reluctant Gourmet blog all the time. Lauren just says it a little more succinctly than I do.

This is not a book full of wordy chapters but instead there are 217 short “notes on cooking,” like above, each filled with culinary insight that can help you be a better home cook. Here’s another one I like in The Cook’s Role chapter:

Work from your Strength. Don’t try to master everything. Become known for a few dishes, perhaps even the near perfection of one. Discover your obsession, then make yourself a slave to it: the mastery of a traditional dish, the combination of ingredients that have never before met, precision in presentation, devotion to a culinary heritage, the introduction of color where it never before existed.

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