Makes: 2 servings
Time: 10 Minutes
Making Turkish coffee is pretty simple!
2 tsp. Turkish coffee (with cardamom)
2/3 cup water
1 tsp. sugar (or Truvia)
Mix coffee, water, and sugar in an ibrik.
Stir over medium flame, occasionally lifting the ibrik off of the flame to keep your hand from burning, as you stir.
When the coffee begins begins to rise to the surface remove from heat and allow to recede. Repeat this step a few times. This develops a richer flavor.
Fill two cups half way, making sure each cup has some of the foam that forms on the surface. Divide the remaining coffee between the two cups.
Allow the coffee to rest for a few minutes. This will help the sediment to settle to the bottom of the cup. Enjoy!
Source: Hilda’s Kitchen Blog
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