How to make a coffee ibrik?
Pour your grounds and water into the ibrik. You should use about 2.5 grams of coffee per ounce of water. However, if you like stronger coffee, you can add more. Make sure you don’t fill the ibrik all the way to the top. A full ibrik can result in a messy stove. If you are adding sugar, this would be the time to do so.
How do you make Turkish coffee?
Add a bit extra water to account for evaporation. If you are making traditional style coffee, you will need at least 3 Turkish coffee cups in the saucepan. Add the water/milk, sugar, cardamom (if using), and the desired amount of coffee to the saucepan.
How much water do you put in Turkish coffee cups?
If you are using the small Turkish coffee cups, add 1/2 cup extra water for each cup to account for evaporation. If you don’t have a traditional coffee cup, any small and narrow cup will work best to retain the foam.
Can you drink Turkish coffee from any mug?
Usually, Turkish coffee is served in smaller espresso cups. But it can be enjoyed from any mug as long as the tradition is not a concern for you. It’s recommended that once the coffee is poured, you should give it a minute and let the sediments settle to the bottom before you start drinking.
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