How To Make a Cappuccino

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Cappuccino Making

The basic make-up of a cappuccino is roughly 1/3 coffee, 1/3 hot milk and 1/3 frothed/foamed milk. In Italy a cappuccino is served in a 6-7oz cup, using a single espresso as the base. 

  • Prepare the required amount of espresso in the bottom the cup.
  • Froth Milk using Steamer.
  • Pour some hot milk into the middle of the espresso using a knife/spatula to hold back the foam, the milk will go straight through the crema.
  • When the cup is coming up to 2/3 full, remove the knife/spatula and shake foam into the top of the drink, this will float on the top of the drink and push the crema out to give a nice hazelnut coloured rim around the drink.  The transition between stages 3 and 4 should be one smooth operation. 
  • Cocoa powder can be used to decorate the top of the drink although in Italy a cappuccino is often served without any topping.  It is better to avoid other chocolate sprinkles as they tend to be sweet and hide the true flavour of the coffee.

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Artist: Coffee Making
Video title: How To Make a Cappuccino
Category: Food and Beverage
Views: 4,508
Submitted by: santosh