Greek coffee recipe. How to make the best Greek coffee! Written by Me To Mati Published on January 5, 2020 in Drinks Translate to English Greek Share1KTweetPinYumVibeWhatsAppEmail1K SharesJump to RecipePrint Recipe Pin Print Greek coffee recipe. How to make the best Greek coffee! 5 from 3 votes Course: Drinks, CoffeesCuisine: GreekDifficulty: Easy Servings1servingsPrep time1minuteCooking time4minutes Greek coffee recipe. How to make the best Greek coffee you ever had. Finding the perfect cup of Greek coffee is extremely difficult, every cup tastes different and it would be terrific if every cup tasted the way we liked it every single time. To make the perfect cup of Greek coffee is simple if we have all the right utensils. Lots of cultures use this type of coffee to predict the future. This type of clairvoyance is called Tasseography or Tasseomancy. Ingredients 2 full teaspoons of Greek coffee (1 teaspoon if you dont want your coffee to be strong) sugar (optional) water What is Briki? A Briki is a small metal pot, usually of copper, with a long metal handle, used for preparing Turkish, Arabic, or Greek-style coffee. Arabic name ibrik, Greek name briki. The word of origin is jazwa, a burning log, which was used to heat the pot. First, it is best to buy a copper briki, the smallest size you can find preferably. This will help to cook the coffee in a better way. If your briki is not copper or is large, then you will not get the best results. Although the best Greek coffee is made on the embers of the fire, it’s a little difficult to have such an item at home. Therefore, a portable gas burner (unless you have a gas top cooktop. However, a small gas burner is preferable).How to make Greek coffeePut a cup of water in your briki, or two if it’s double coffee and so on. Your measuring water guide will be the coffee cup you will be drinking from. Water should be at room temperature (not too cold and not too hot). Put the briki on the burner and turn it on ( low flame). When the water starts to warm up, put 2 teaspoons full of Greek coffee (for single coffee) and the sugar you want (2 teaspoons for sweet, 1 for medium or none for no sugar). Now pay attention. Do not rush it, boil it on low heat (good coffee is made with love and attention).Mix well only at the beginning and while boiling do not mix it again.Allow it to boil until you see it started frothing on top. but be careful here, remove the briki just when the coffee goes to make the first boiled bubbles.IMPORTANT: Do not let it get to boiling point completely. Notes If using a gas top cooktop to always set the flame on low.Note that there are differences in taste from different coffee brands. That’s why you should try different varieties to see which coffee brand will make you the best Greek coffee. Did you make this recipe? Tag @me_to_mati on Instagram Like this recipe? Follow us @me_to_mati on Pinterest Love our recipes? Like us on Facebook Similar recipes you may like Espresso Martini cocktail recipe. Greek Mati cocktail recipe. Uniquely beautiful and… Whiskey sour cocktail recipe.Share1KTweetPinYumVibeWhatsAppEmail1K Shares Don't miss out!Subscribe To Our NewsletterReceive Yummy Recipes in your inboxInvalid email address Give it a try. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thanks for subscribing!