Turkish Coffee Recipe

Pouring Turkish Coffee
This is a page about making your own turkish coffee. Turkish coffee is unique in that it is prepared without filtering the coffee grounds. Unlike traditional coffee, if sugar is added, it is done at the beginning of the process.

Boiling the grounds is done slowly, with the water only being brought to a simmer. Turkish coffee is distributed in a unique way too. Once the coffee begins to froth, you distribute the first third of the amount. Then the coffee is returned to the fire and the remainder is distributed after the coffee froths a second time.

Here is a recipe if you want to give it a try.

May 15, 2008

Pouring Turkish CoffeeTurkish coffee is a slightly spiced, strong coffee that is usually served in small cups. You can make your own easily.



Heat water in a saucepan; add coffee and sugar and spices when warm. Bring to a simmer. Pour half of the coffee into small cups. Return remaining coffee to stove, and bring to a simmer again. Take off stove, then spoon off the foam and gently place into each cup. Don't stir so the grinds remain at the bottom of your cup!

Source: compiled from a few recipes I found. This is my own.

By Lisa from Halfax, NS



September 10, 20180 found this helpful

Adding cinnamon to coffee ruins it

December 1, 20200 found this helpful

I am definitely going to try this! I love coffee made like this.

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