Greek Nescafé Frappé


Who doesn't love coffee? It is my 1st beverage when I get up in the morning. It really depends on my mood tho; it is either coffee or tea, cold brewed or freshly brewed, fancy or simple plain. When I get really fancy, I would grab my frother and whip up some Greek Frappé.

I am mesmerized by how much volume it can increase from a tiny mixture. Please get yourself a frother. It only cost less than $20 and it is very handy. You can use the frother to froth your milk if you wanna make some latte or cappuccino. It is a very worthy investment. If you really don't wanna spend the money, I had included another simple way without the use of frother. Of cos, it will not turn out as great, but it will work. 1 last note: use original Nescafé instant coffee. It will not be the same with other brands. Without much delay, let's get started with the recipe.

Ingredients:

(Serve 1)

  • Original Nescafé Instant Coffee, 1 TBSP

  • Granulated Sugar, 1 TBSP Adjust To Preference

  • Boiling Water, 1/8 Cup

  • Ice Cubes, A Handful

  • Full Cream Evaporated Milk, 1/4 Cup Or More

Equipment:

  • Greek Frappe Frother / Mason Jar

Directions:

  1. Add instant coffee and sugar into serving glass.

  2. Add in boiling water.

  3. Using a frother, froth mixture until super foamy.

  4. The foamy should fill half of the serving glass.

  5. *If you do not have a frother, you can use a mason jar.

  6. Shake until the coffee has dissolved and frothy.

  7. Make sure the lid is tighten well.*

  8. Fill the serving glass with ice cubes.

  9. Add in room temperature water until 3/4 way full.

  10. Add in evaporated milk to fill the glass.

  11. *If using a mason jar, pour coffee into serving glass and using the back of a spoon to block the foam from pouring.

  12. Top the coffee with the coffee foam.*

  13. Serve immediately.

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