How to Make Arabic Coffee
Arabic coffee is traditionally made in a briki, a tiny copper pot. Combine cardamom and ground coffee with boiling water and let it foam multiple times to enjoy this spiced delicacy!
Small pot or Turkish briki
Small coffee cup or demitasse
Coffee and spice grinder (optional)
Pour water and sugar (if desired) into pan or briki.
Place on the stove. Over medium heat, bring to a boil.
Once your water boils, carefully add the ground coffee and cardamom.
Return to a boil. Stay close, as this happens quickly.
When the mixture foams, briefly lift it off the heat, allowing the foam to subside.
Return the briki to the heat and allow the mixture to foam again. Then remove it, letting the foam settle. Do this at least twice to achieve the right foam texture.
Your Arabic coffee is now ready to drink! Carefully pour it into small cups or a serving carafe. Use a strainer if desired.
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