Famous Instant Beaten Indian Coffee
It’s truly amazing how the coffee bring people together,strengthens relationships, make people fall in love.
Coffee plays an important role in my life. I have been fortunate enough to make TRUE friends over a cup of coffee. Whenever I sip this beaten instant coffee, it does take me back to those beautiful memories of my life. I usually drink Café Latte or Cappuccino but there are days when I crave for “beaten coffee”. I grew up drinking it.
The aroma, flavor, creaminess, taste, acidity of this beaten coffee speaks a volume. It’s worth sipping….
The beauty of the beaten coffee is to see sugar melting in coffee. It’s worth watching..Having said that I enjoyed a cup of beaten coffee this afternoon along with my favorite book Nefertiti. It seemed like a perfect combination. I just can’t get enough of both. What could be the best mug for me to enjoy my favorite coffee in.. It was bought in Starbucks in India. When I saw this cup, I fell in love with it .I so wanted to bring it along to Denmark.
- 3 tablespoons of Instant Nescafe Coffee
- 3 tablespoons of sugar
- 2-3 drops of water
- Milk quantity- as per you taste - [to prepare the coffee ]
- Water quantity -as per you taste - optional if want to mix - water and milk before boiling
Mix all the 3 ingredients with the help of a spoon – Traditional way to do it.
Blend it until it turns into gorgeous creamy thick yellow texture.
Otherwise use a hand mixer – if making more cups
I use both the methods.
Heat the Milk and water in a pan. I like it only with milk – it’s yummy!!
Add a dollop of some beaten coffee in a mug and pour the milk over and it’s ready to sip.
It can be kept in the refrigerator for 4-5 days. It may look a bit different in color and texture but nothing to worry about. It is just that the sugar separates.
* Do not add too much of water!!! Only few drops required!!
Before making it, put it at room temperature for 5-10 minutes and mix it with the spoon. It’s ready to make