South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe With Filter Coffee Powder
Give this authentic South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe a try and serve it along with breakfast or even along with your evening snacks.
South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe is a favourite Indian beverage that is served along with breakfast. South Indians love this coffee recipe during evenings and they pair it up with a variety of snacks or breads. In most South Indian homes, you can get the waft of freshly brewed coffee in the mornings.
The taste of filter coffee depends on the coffee powder used. Some Filter Coffee powder has added chicory which changes the flavour of the extracted filter coffee.
The filter coffee is traditionally served in small steel tumbler and dabarah (container/cup) that is used to cool and mix the coffee. Pouring the coffee between the tumbler and the dabarah creates the classic frothy layer over the filter coffee.
Serve South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe along with Vegetable Rava Upma and South Indian Coconut Chutney for breakfast or with an evening snack such as Mullu Murukku.
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- You can adjust the right amount of decoction to be put in your cup of coffee, depending on the strength of coffee you prefer.
- If you are using colder decoction, boil the coffee only till the coffee is hot. Do not boil milk with decoction for longer since the bitter taste kicks in if done so.
- 1-1/2 tablespoons Filter Coffee Powder
- 1/2 cup Hot water
- 1/2 cup Milk
- 2 teaspoons Sugar , to taste
How to make South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe With Filter Coffee Powder
To begin making the South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe, we will first prepare the filter coffee decoction.
In a coffee filter, add the coffee powder and pour hot boiling water (If using traditional stainless steel coffee filter) and allow the decoction to drip into the bottom jar.
Or if you are making it in an electric coffee maker, pour room temperature water in the coffee machine and switch it on till the decoction is obtained.
In a saucepan, bring the milk to boil along with sugar to taste. Use full fat creamy milk for best results.
Pour the decoction coffee into the tumblers/ coffee cups. Pour in the hot milk and combined both by mixing well.
Serve South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe along with Vegetable Rava Upma and South Indian Coconut Chutney for breakfast or with an evening snack like Mullu Murukku.