Tuesday, February 9, 2016

How to Make Café de Olla - Mexican Coffee

      I've been trying to make cafe de olla, which is a traditional Mexican style of coffee. It is usually make in an earthen clay pot and flavored with a cinnamon stick and piloncillo, which is unrefined whole cane sugar and traditional sugar from Mexico.
How to Make Café de Olla
 What You'll Need (2 Servings)
2 cups of water
1 cinnamon stick
1 to 2 oz of piloncillo (Mexican dark brown sugar)
2 tablespoons of dark roasted coffee beans (medium coarse grounds)
How to Make Café de Olla
1. Put water, cinnamon and piloncillo into a pan. Simmer until piloncillo has dissolved.

2. Add coffee grounds and simmer for 7 minutes.

3. Turn off the heat. Cover the lid and let steam for 5 minutes.

4. Strain the mixture.

5. Pour coffee into a mug.

6. Enjoy!

       I uploaded this video, How to Make Cafe de Olla, on my YouTube Channel.





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