Filter coffee recipe | traditional south Indian Filter coffee | Filter Kaapi recipe with step by instructions. and a quick video recipe on how to make perfect filter coffee. this is also known as kaapi/ kapi or degree coffee.
How do you make a good coffee filter at home?
there are few factors determining a good and perfect Filter coffee, they are
- Coffee chicory powder that is filter coffee powder that is used
- Coffee has to be prepared quick to retain the heat of milk and decotion.
- thick and strong decotion makes a good coffee, of course you can adjust the quantity of decotion but a thin decotion makes a boring coffee
Coffee and Tea are two most addictive things which no south Indian can live without. Filter coffee mornings make the day worthwhile. and a masala chai evenings helps boost us to run a bit longer and active.
it takes a few days to refine and get the trick of making the right consistency of filter coffee. of course practice makes it perfect. I have an addict to filter coffee recently and addict here means to know the niche of the technique and to hit it right. yes, we took a some 4-5 weeks trials every morning to get it right. In choosing the right brand powder, making it right!
traditional south Indian filter coffee video
how to make the traditional south Indian filter coffee at home
- 2 cups milk
- 3/4 cup water
- 2 tsp coffee powder
- 2 tsp sugar
add the coffee powder to the upper compartment of the filter and place the tamper over it.
boil water and add the water slowly over the press. close it with the lid
after 10 minutes, the decotion gets collected completely in lower compartment. meanwhile, boil milk.
add 1 tsp sugar to each tumblers and pour 1/4 cup decotion over it.
add the boiled milk and give it a stir or transfer between tumblers.
1. based on coffee granules, filtering time varies
2. adjust sugar based on your preference.
3. you can add few drops of decotion on top before serving for an added taste.
step by step making of the filter coffee recipe
the first and foremost step is to know about the traditional filter coffee making machine. this is also known as coffee filter.
- it has one lower compartment where the decotion is collected
- upper compartment with holes to filter
- press or tamper with holes to press the coffee powder
- lid to close the coffee maker
put in the filter coffee powder into the upper compartment and place the press over it and level it.
boil 1/2 cup water until it comes to rolling boil and pour it over the press SLOWLY. close and lid and let it do its process of filtering. it takes about 10 minutes to get filtered completely. depends on granule size of coffee used.
after 10 minutes, open and you could see that all the water is filtered from the upper compartment. open the lower part and find the decotion collected.
meanwhile, boil 2 cups milk. add sugar to the cups and measure 1/4 cup decotion into each tumbler.
when the milk is boiled, pour the milk into the tumbler.
transfer the coffee once or twice between tumbler and the cup to get sugar decotion and milk get mixed evenly and also to bring it to a drinkable heat.
your authentic filter coffee /kaapi is ready to be served! Enjoy it!