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Old 24-02-2009, 04:30 AM
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Coffee Granita

Introduction

In Italy, Coffee Granita is served in tall glasses filled halfway with granita and topped with whipped cream. We’ve added some white chocolate and anise-flavored liqueur.

SERVING SIZE
Makes 8 servings.

Ingredients

* 4 cups freshly brewed strong coffee (made from 6 cups water and 2 ˝ cups ground French roast coffee)
* 1 cup sugar
* 1 tablespoon grated orange peel
* 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
* 1 tablespoon sambuca or other anise-flavored liqueur

Preparation

Stir first 4 ingredients in bowl until sugar dissolves. Pour into 13×9×2-inch metal pan. Chill 2 hours; mix in Sambuca.

Freeze coffee mixture until icy at edge of pan, about 45 minutes. Whisk to distribute frozen portions evenly. Freeze again until icy at edge of pan and overall texture is slushy, about 45 minutes. Whisk to distribute frozen portions evenly. Then freeze until solid, about 3 hours. Using fork, scrape granita down length of pan, forming icy flakes. Freeze at least 1 hour. (Can be made 1 day ahead. Cover; keep frozen.)

Serve with White Chocolate Sambuca Cream.

Presentation

Orange peel strips or chocolate-covered coffee beans

Working quickly, scoop granita into glasses, filling halfway. Fill to top with cream. Garnish with peel or coffee beans.

more coming soon...!!

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Sounds yummm,
thanx for sharing.
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I myself like cold brew coffee but I would like to try this recipe you posted here.


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Coffee Granita

Introduction

In Italy, Coffee Granita is served in tall glasses filled halfway with granita and topped with whipped cream. We’ve added some white chocolate and anise-flavored liqueur.

SERVING SIZE
Makes 8 servings.

Ingredients

* 4 cups freshly brewed strong coffee (made from 6 cups water and 2 ˝ cups ground French roast coffee)
* 1 cup sugar
* 1 tablespoon grated orange peel
* 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
* 1 tablespoon sambuca or other anise-flavored liqueur

Preparation

Stir first 4 ingredients in bowl until sugar dissolves. Pour into 13×9×2-inch metal pan. Chill 2 hours; mix in Sambuca.

Freeze coffee mixture until icy at edge of pan, about 45 minutes. Whisk to distribute frozen portions evenly. Freeze again until icy at edge of pan and overall texture is slushy, about 45 minutes. Whisk to distribute frozen portions evenly. Then freeze until solid, about 3 hours. Using fork, scrape granita down length of pan, forming icy flakes. Freeze at least 1 hour. (Can be made 1 day ahead. Cover; keep frozen.)

Serve with White Chocolate Sambuca Cream.

Presentation

Orange peel strips or chocolate-covered coffee beans

Working quickly, scoop granita into glasses, filling halfway. Fill to top with cream. Garnish with peel or coffee beans.

more coming soon...!!
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Brewed coffee is prepared from roasted seeds, commonly called coffee beans, coffee factories. They are the seeds, planting coffee cherry trees in more than 70 countries, mainly grown in Latin America, Southeast Asia and Africa. Green is a non-roasted coffee, the most traded agricultural products in the world. [1] because of its caffeine content, tend to have a stimulating effect of coffee on the human body. Today, coffee is the third most popular beverage in the world, behind water and tea.Most well-known coffee shop or cafe, service establishments for coffee or other hot drinks have been in existence for five years.
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Great Reciepies...
i like coffee so much
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coffee is my favorite
you have shared best recipe
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I make so good coffee
I like to drink cream coffee because it is best taste coffee.
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Coffee Granita

Introduction

In Italy, Coffee Granita is served in tall glasses filled halfway with granita and topped with whipped cream. We’ve added some white chocolate and anise-flavored liqueur.

SERVING SIZE
Makes 8 servings.

Ingredients

* 4 cups freshly brewed strong coffee (made from 6 cups water and 2 ˝ cups ground French roast coffee)
* 1 cup sugar
* 1 tablespoon grated orange peel
* 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
* 1 tablespoon sambuca or other anise-flavored liqueur

Preparation

Stir first 4 ingredients in bowl until sugar dissolves. Pour into 13×9×2-inch metal pan. Chill 2 hours; mix in Sambuca.

Freeze coffee mixture until icy at edge of pan, about 45 minutes. Whisk to distribute frozen portions evenly. Freeze again until icy at edge of pan and overall texture is slushy, about 45 minutes. Whisk to distribute frozen portions evenly. Then freeze until solid, about 3 hours. Using fork, scrape granita down length of pan, forming icy flakes. Freeze at least 1 hour. (Can be made 1 day ahead. Cover; keep frozen.)

Serve with White Chocolate Sambuca Cream.

Presentation

Orange peel strips or chocolate-covered coffee beans

Working quickly, scoop granita into glasses, filling halfway. Fill to top with cream. Garnish with peel or coffee beans.

more coming soon...!!
Hey buddy thanks for sharing this one coffee recipe with all of us at the forum. It looks yummy and tasty one must try this one at weekend......
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These are great recipes and I am a coffee lover and I will try them soon. Has anyone have the recipe of Hot chocolate because I drink it from a cafe and want to make it at my home.
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I make so good coffee
I like to drink cream coffee because it is best taste coffee.
I don't like coffee, I only drink some espresso from time to time !


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