Irish coffee, five times otherwise

25 January, then you may indulge yourself with a boost of size. How to make a traditional Irish coffee, you could be in this video learn how, here we give you five recipes with a twist.

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This let you to choose the ingredients

A good Irish coffee starts with a good base, and you can do with a bit of nitpick. None of the following five recipes will be equally good when you whipped out of a bus or light coffee. So choose any cream that you self-lobed (not stiff!) right, and let the coffee pods in the cabinet. Do you want an Irish coffee in the dots correctly prepared, preheat beforehand the koffieglas by boiling water in to pour (that you of course time for you whiskey or coffee in grants).

Irish coffee affogato

  • 2 balls vanilla ice-cream
  • 2 cl Baileys
  • 4 cl hot espresso

Scoop the ice cream in a koffieglas and pour the Baileys and espresso over it. Serve immediately.

Irish iced coffee

  • 6 cl soft, subtle whiskey (such as Tullamore Dew)
  • 9 cl iced coffee
  • 1 teaspoon ground espresso
  • 2 teaspoons Demerarasuiker
  • Whipped cream

First make the iced coffee. The best way to achieve that is not a few ice cubes in a cup of coffee let it splash, but the process of making the coffee to change. For cold coffee means that your coffee with cold water. Insert the desired amount of coffee in a cafetière and pour cold water on them. Mix with a wooden spoon and let the goo then a night in the fridge. The next day the coffee than pushing yourself.

Mix the whisky with the espresso and let a quarter of an hour to draw. Afterwards, pour through a coffee filter in a cocktail shaker. Mix meanwhile, the sugar in two teaspoons of hot water until the sugar is dissolved. Pour the iced coffee and the syrup at the whisky into the shaker and fill with ice. Shake about thirty seconds. Then pour into an ice filled Collins glass and finish with a toef of whipped cream.

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Irish coffee with ahornsirooproom

  • 6 cl full-cream
  • 3 cl of maple syrup
  • 4,5 cl Irish whiskey
  • 18 cl hot coffee

Whisk the cream until it is thick, but still liquid. Mix in 1 cl of maple syrup under.

Pour coffee, remaining maple syrup and whiskey in a koffieglas and work with the ahornroom.

With Baileys and Kahlua

  • 2 cl Baileys
  • 2 cl Kahlua
  • 12 cl hot coffee
  • Whipped cream

Pour Baileys and Kahlua in a koffieglas and pour the hot coffee. Finish with the whipped cream and serve.

Irish coffee pudding

For four servings

  • 360 ml of cream
  • 3 tablespoons Irish whiskey
  • 60 g tablespoons brown sugar
  • 55 g tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon instant espressopoeder
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  • Pinch of salt

Mix maïzenapoeder, 45 g of brown sugar and the pinch of salt in a saucepan and add 240 ml of cream. Apply the mixture gently while stirring to the boiling point, until a homogeneous, thick mass. Remove from the heat and add espressopoeder and whisky. Pour the pudding into four dessertglazen and put two hours of cool way.

Whisk the remaining cream until you have peaks obtained, and then add little by little the granulated sugar. Work the pudding with the cream and decorate maybe with some espressopoeder or chocolate flakes.

Original recipes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

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