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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Indian Espresso Coffee | How to make espresso coffee at home

Indian Espresso Coffee
I am a complete coffee person and cant get the day going without my evening or morning coffee(yes I restrict myself to one coffee per day) and instant coffee is always my preference.Even when my days are dull, it lifts up and refreshes my mood when I have a cup of coffee. So when I saw this post, I immediately bookmarked but waited all these days for a proper coffee mug purchase and finally here I am with this post.....:)

I never thought making espresso coffee at home without the machine is such an easy task, am sure I'll make it more often now.
Indian Espresso Coffee
Indian Espresso Coffee Recipe  Ingredients
Recipe Reference : Saffron Kitchen
  • Instant Coffee Powder - 1 tbsp(I used Nescafe sunrise - any instant coffee powder is ok)
  • Granulated Sugar - 1 tbsp (adjust according to your taste)
  • Milk - 1 cup
  • Water - 1 tsp.
  • Cocoa Powder - to sprinkle on top (optional)
Indian Espresso Coffee
Method:
1.In a coffee mug, add coffee powder, sugar and water.
Indian Espresso Coffee - Step1
2.With a spoon, start beating it vigorously to incorporate as much air as you can. Only beating continuosly and vigorously will give you the whipped frothy coffee-sugar mix. Do not stop till it turns pale brown in color. The sugar will not be dissolved completely so dont worry about that and beat well. 
Indian Espresso Coffee - Step2
3.The more you beat, the mix will become pale brown in color.Boil milk and add it to the mug containing whipped coffe-sugar paste. Stir well with a spoon. Sprinkle coco powder and serve hot.


Indian Espresso Coffee
My Notes:
  • For making the espresso for more than 1 cup, prepare the coffee-sugar paste in a bowl. Divide the paste equally into each coffee mug and pour hot milk. Stir and serve.
  • I sprinkled coffee powder itself, you can sprinkle either cocoa powder or coffee powder as per your preference.
Indian Espresso Coffee

Written by: SHARMILEE J

49 comments:

  1. Wow thats a fantastic click sharmi, Even after trying this i loved coffee this way a lot. Will post mine soon

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  2. Love the click and the presentation Sharmi.

    Vardhini
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  3. Sharmile,

    There is typo in the method, it should be coffee powder not coco powder you are adding with sugar. If I read the ingredients correctly. Delicious coffee love to have sip.

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  4. Beautiful clicks... Oh.. I am a coffee person too and I love this recipe.. I will try this soon.. Should we add coffee powder or cocoa powder to the mug? I am assuming coffee powder..

    Thanks

    Sowmya
    http://nivedhanams.blogspot.in/

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  5. i thought espresso was more like black/filter coffee.

    i do this when i have time and make coffee at home, minus the cocoa :)

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  6. @Sowmya,Swathi : Yes that was a typo..updated it now :)

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  7. Wow, will try for sure.Me too a coffee lover :)

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  8. I do this quite often and just love the frothy look of it..I use my small hand froth blender which does my job easy.

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  9. my sis used to make this way..i stopped having coffee nowadays..after seeing this i want to have a mug now..

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  10. it tastes delicious like this looks wonderful

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  11. i am a coffee person but addicted to filter.. even i will have one time a day in the morning. not sure will it be the replacement for filter coffee..let me try and let u know. By the by the second photo with the smoke marvelous

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  12. Awesome clicks..Coffee is delicious when prepared this way..

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  13. Lovely post,coffee mug luks very cute...

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  14. Aromatic coffee...
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  15. Beautiful clicks. I just love espresso. Even I bookmarked this recipe but never got to try it. U are tempting me...

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  16. I'd seen this method on Soma's e-curry a long time back and I remember,for a while that is how I drank my coffee.Had completely forgotten about it until I saw this.Love the frothy Indian coffee:)

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  17. I will try this soon.... Wounderful pics dear.

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  18. Beautiful click Sharmi. I was never a coffee lover, but seeing this one you will make me a convert!

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  19. love it,want to have one cup coffee

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  20. Just loved that shot of the coffee with the smoke!!! Awesome post as always :)

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  21. Looks wonderful, love the font and crystal clear photos :)

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  22. love the coffee shot with the smoke....sharmi...i am off to kitchen to make one...

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  23. sharmee,i am not a big fan of expresso coffee made in North.but after looking at your expresso pic.i am just going to ny kitchen to have one,nice mug.latha

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  24. wow.. what a aromatic and strong coffee.... can u please pass it to me with mug...
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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  25. I thought espresso would be bitter and darker coffee. This one is very simple. nice one.

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  26. Superb clicks....i too love to have coffee this way....

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  27. i loved your coffee as well as your background board :-)

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  28. Looks really wonderful! Even a non-coffee drinker like me would love to try one now.

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  29. I love having coffee this way but it needs little effort but surely worth it :)

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  30. love this,I am a great coffee fan

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  31. wow... espresso coffee at home!! will try this soon... thanks for sharing...

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  32. Really missed ur blog and wonderful posts... Now I am back into blogging and can get some good inspirations from u especially.
    Love the beautiful clicks . I too love coffee a lot.

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  33. I am also a coffee person, loved this recipe, waiting to try it asap :)

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  34. hi sharmi...
    nice espresso.. actually as i take homeo medicine no coffee for me. but today totally i stopped my medicine and tried this espresso.. wow lovely.. i wont bother to skip one day medicine.. thank u very much. just now i had.. its greatt. nice clicks.

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  35. Hi Sharmi. Tried your expresso just now. Loved it. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  36. I am a coffee lover too :) this looks so professional. thanks for sharing

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  37. Sharmi,

    Where did you get the wooden board? I'm looking for one.

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  38. Hello Sharmi,

    Where to buy the wooden board? Please let me know

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  39. @S : Check out wood shops and ask them for the ones they have used not the new ones....

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  40. i did the same way u did so nice the coffee taste is excellent thanks for sgaring

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  41. Lovely clicks !! I saw the pictures on FB when I was waiting for a meeting to start, totally stunning pics. I waited for the meeting to get over to show it my hubby :-) (we happen to work together). Very well captured Sharmi !!

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  42. Very good receive and tasted awesome. The only change I made was to add more sugar.

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  43. my hubby is addicted to this coffee now...

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