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Turkish Coffee Answered

Can you make an instructable on how to make Turkish Coffee??

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hwihl
hwihl

Reply 12 years ago

yeah, found those right after i posted. thank you!

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Rishnai
Rishnai

Reply 12 years ago

As for the ibrik, with all the data about it that's available on the internet, I could do an 'ible about making one of those. That's right up my alley.

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Brennn10
Brennn10

Reply 12 years ago

Perfect! That would be absolutely awesome. My mom told me that an ibrik would be a birthday present for me.

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hwihl
hwihl

12 years ago

i'm buying an ibrik online right now. yesssss

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Brennn10
Brennn10

12 years ago

Turkish coffee is made by placing the grinds on top of water and placing it on a hot stove. It will eventually foam, and then you take it off of the burner, place it back on, it will foam again, and then repeat a few more times. I love my Turkish coffee with the foam on top. It adds a great deal of flavor. An Egyptian restaurant serves it, and it is magnificent.

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Rishnai
Rishnai

12 years ago

I have no idea what that is or how it's distinguished, but I second the request. That could be good! What's the difference in flavor between American and Turkish coffee?

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hwihl
hwihl

Reply 12 years ago

it's really strong coffee. thicker than american coffee and it's sweet. sooo good.

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Rishnai
Rishnai

Reply 12 years ago

*runs off to go make some* *comes back after discovering he doesn't know how* Have you had vietnamese coffee? There's a veitnamese steakhouse (go figure) up the street that makes it. The strongest coffee I've ever had, inculding my patented brew-it-on-the-manifold coffees. Delicious, but I'm usre everyone thought I was on speed or something else stronger than coffee for a day or two.