- 1 tsp instant coffee powder
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1-2 Tsp cream
- 1 cup milk
Brands I used for coffee in Pakistan:
- Davidoff Instant coffee
- Milkpak cream
- Olpers/Milkpak milk
Brands I use for coffee in Canada:
- Nescafe Gold Instant Coffee
- Maxwell french vanilla Instant coffee
- Cool Whip cream
I add both the above instant coffee. I keep Maxwell decaffeinated instant coffee (tastes like regular coffee) in my cupboard in case we want to avoid caffeine.
- Take a pan, add milk, sugar, coffee and cream.
- Put the pain on medium heat on stove.
- Bring to a boil while stiring constantly.
- Use a hand blender to blend.
- Pour the coffee into the mug from a distance for the perfect frothy coffee.
If you’re using a hand blender, you can decide if it’s possible to insert it inside the pan and use it there. Make sure it doesn’t splash. If it does, then its best to do it in another container. About 10 seconds or less is good enough.
You can also use a milk frother (for up to 3 cups). First, whiz a little bit of milk and then add the rest.
About Milk frother & Hand blender
Recommended by my sister, a milk frother is simple and perfect for making yummy coffee. I would fully recommend this product. Great value for money. You can simply put 1/2 tsp coffee, 1/2 tsp sugar and a few drops of water and stir it using the frother. After about a minute, add boiling milk in it and a final whisk. You’re done!
In case you haven’t yet bought a hand blender, it is a must-have for every house esp one with few members. I make lassi, smoothie, milkshake, salan masala and coffee with it. It’s ideal and super easy to use.
- Have you tried this coffee yet?
- How do you like it?
- Would love to know.