Recipe: Vietnamese Coffee – Ca Phe Sua Da

Vietnamese Coffee - Ca Phe Sua Da

By Helen Le Published: December 28, 2011

  • Prep: 15 mins

  • Yield: 1 Servings

A unique way of drinking coffee. Vietnam offers definitely one of the best cup of coffee in the world!

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Instructions
  • Place all parts of the coffee press in a bowl and pour hot water over it. Wipe it dry with a paper/kitchen towel. This is to make sure the coffee maker is perfectly clean and we will get the best and purest taste out of the coffee.
  • In a glass, add the sweetened condensed milk.
  • Add the ground coffee to the base of coffee press. Shake it gently to spead the coffee evenly. Then screw or press the interior press tight (but not too tight) against the coffee grinds. Place the coffee maker on top the glass. Add a dash of hot water (about 1 tbsp). Wait 30 seconds to let the coffee grinds absorb the water and expand. Then fill the coffee press with hot water. Cover the lid.
  • The coffee will drip really slowly. If you want to drink warm coffee, place the glass in a bowl of warm water. After 6-7 minutes, the coffee stops dripping. You can set your coffee press on top of its overturned lid to prevent it from dripping onto the table. Stir well and pour to a glass of crushed ice.

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