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Klingon Raktajino

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Being a chef means I get to experiment making new dishes and drinks. Recently a friend threw a "Star Trek" Party and wanted me to make some of the food from "The Star Trek Cookbook", and to also create Star Trek Drinks from the various spin offs. Since I enjoy creating I decided to come up with my own recipes instead of using those that have been published, I wanted my drinks to be as alien as possible.
So here is the first drink Klingon Raktajino. I will try to add a new drink each month time and interest permitting.

Step 1: Ingrediants

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It would be kind of hard to make Raktagino with out the ingredients"
1. Espresso Coffee
2. Cinnamon to taste
3 .Four whole cloves
4. Four Allspice pods
5. Dash of Nutmeg
6. Sugar to taste
7. Half packet Powdered Milk


Step 2: Combine

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Combine all the ingredients except sugar and powdered milk into a coffee filter.

Step 3: Brew

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Brew Raktajino in a Hew-man coffeepot, If you want really strong Raktagino you can double brew it.
******WARNING*********
Doubler brewing should only be attempted by the Strongest and Bravest of Warriors!!

Step 4: Add Sugar and Powdered Milk

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Add sugar to taste and 1/2 packet powdered milk to a pitcher while raktajino is brewing

Step 5: Mix and Stir

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Pour the finished Raktagino into pitcher,then stir to mix coffee,sugar and powdered milk.

Step 6: Pour and Enjoy

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Pour your self a cup and enjoy,though it is best drunk while telling stories of past battles with your warrior brothers!
Qapla'

Step 7: NOTES:

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If you want to drink your Raktagino in true Deep Space Nine fashon you can order the cups they used from here http://highwave.bigcartel.com/product/hotjo for $12.50 It would make a great addition to any of you who collect Star Trek Props!
 
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Dakota Joel982 months ago

Wow this looks really good!