Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a very strong coffee which is served with condensed milk. This intensely brewed concentrate is creamy, rich, smooth in texture and has a bold flavor. Here is how to make Vietnamese iced coffee recipe with and without using Vietnamese coffee filter.
Being a coffee lover, I love trying different types of coffee. I cannot miss mentioning Vietnamese Iced Coffee as one of my favorite coffees. Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a very strong coffee and is considered to be one of the ideal drinks for a typical Vietnamese.
This intensely brewed concentrate is served in a tall glass of ice along with sweetened condensed milk. It has a creamy, rich, smooth texture and bold flavor. Vietnamese Iced Coffee can also be complemented with creamy ice-cream and enjoyed! But, if you are an Iced Tea fan, then you definitely have to try Mango Mint Iced Tea this summer.
To make this coffee, any type of coffee grounds can be used. In Vietnam, the Cafe Du Monde French Roast Chicory is usually appreciated as the benchmark. But, as long as the coffee is light to medium coarse, it can be used in the preparation of this coffee.
Traditionally, a Vietnamese coffee filter is used to brew the coffee but I have used a regular stove top brewer to brew my coffee. Luckily, as I had I thought, my recipe of Vietnamese Iced Coffee turned to be exactly similar to the ones I had tasted in many of the Vietnamese restaurants.
Sip Vietnamese Iced Coffee for breakfast or serve it to your guests, this coffee will definitely make them its fan. Now, note down the recipe for Vietnamese Iced Coffee and even plan it for get-togethers, okay?
You have to try it, to believe how delicious does this Vietnamese Coffee tastes. A perfect blend of Coffee and Condensed Milk, this coffee will be your absolute treasured beverage that you will make again and again. Yes, its that good!
People who like their coffee strong, this is one of the best options when it comes to strong and sweet coffees. Vietnamese Coffee is creamy, rich and very smooth to drink and makes for a great hot beverage to serve to your guests. Here is how you can make Vietnamese Coffee at home.
How to make Vietnamese Coffee?
Rich, flavourful and sweet, Vietnamese Coffee which is also called as ‘Ca Phe Sua’ has bold favours and is a delectable merger of condensed milk and freshly brewed coffee. The Vietnamese Coffee is usually served with a layer of condensed milk at the bottom of a small clear heatproof glass, with a stainless steel Vietnamese Filter on top.
Medium Grind coffee is added in the filter and distributed evenly. Boiling water is then poured on the top of the coffee grind. The coffee keeps dripping from the Vietnamese Filter on top of the condensed milk. Once it stops dripping, you can stir them up and enjoy the coffee.
Traditionally, a Vietnamese Coffee Phin Filter is used to brew the coffee, but you can also use the regular stove top brewer to make your coffee and then mix it with the condensed milk. In Vietnam, Trung Nguyen Coffee is often used to make Vietnamese Coffee and Vietnamese Iced Coffee.
Serve a scoop of Vanilla or Caramel Ice-cream along with your Vietnamese Coffee, to serve it as a dessert after your Vietnamese meal.
Also, if you like your coffee lighter, you can increase the amount of condensed milk.
Where to buy Vietnamese Coffee Filter from?
You can buy Vietnamese Coffee Filter from online portals such as Amazon, Ali Express etc. Also, if you get a chance to visit Vietnam, what best place can be to buy those Vietnamese Coffee maker.
What grind to use for Vietnamese Coffee?
If you want to make Vietnamese Coffee at home, then always look for medium coarse grind coffee. You can use any type of coffee, as long as the coffee is normal to medium coarse grind and not fine grind, as the fine grind coffee would fall from the little holes of the coffee filter.
Usually, French Roast Chicory gives you the best Vietnamese Coffee, so if you can get your hands on French Roast, do give it a try.
What is Vietnamese Egg Coffee?
Vietnamese Egg Coffee is made just like the normal Vietnamese Coffee, the only difference is that in the Vietnamese Egg Coffee, the egg yolk and sweet condensed milk is whipped together until thick and is then mixed along with the freshly brewed coffee.
The texture which you get after whipping up the egg yolk and condensed milk is called Ribbon Stage, as when the beater is lifted the mixture falls like a ribbon.
To serve the the Vietnamese Egg Coffee, add the freshly brewed coffee into a clear glass. Next, pour the egg and condensed milk mixture slowly over the coffee. You will see that after some seconds the mixture will float on the top, without you having to do anything.
How to make Vietnamese Coffee without Filter?
If you do not have a Vietnamese Coffee Filter, you can brew your coffee in a regular stove top brewer and use the freshly brewed coffee to make your Vietnamese Coffee.
How to make Vietnamese coffee with a French press?
Using a French Press is another easy way to make a fresh cup of Vietnamese Coffee. You just have to place 2 tablespoons of your medium grind coffee in your french press and then add 2/3 cup boiling water on the top. Cover the French press with the top and steep the mixture for about 4 minutes.
Once done, press, strain and pour the coffee from your French Press to the glass and mix it with the condensed milk and voila, your Vietnamese Coffee is ready.
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Vietnamese Iced Coffee Recipe
Vietnamese Iced Coffee
Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a very strong coffee which is served with condensed milk. This intensely brewed concentrate is creamy, rich, smooth in texture and has a bold flavor. Here is how to make Vietnamese iced coffee recipe with and without using Vietnamese coffee filter.Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a very strong coffee which is served with condensed milk.
- 3/4 cup Freshly brewed espresso
- 2 tbsp Sweetened condensed milk
- Ice cubes
- Fill a tall glass with ice cubes.
- Pour the freshly brewed coffee in the glass.
- Pour 2 tbsp condensed milk on top and mix gently.
- Serve immediately.
Increase the amount of condensed milk if you like your coffee lighter.
You can also drink this coffee hot. Mix brewed coffee and condensed milk in a mug. Then let the mug sit in a warm water bath until the coffee is hot.
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