Moka Pot

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Step 1

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For a 3-Cup Moka Pot, take about 14 gm coffee and grind it slightly coarser than espresso.

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Step 2

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Put your coffee grounds in the filter basket and gently tap the edge to evenly spread the grounds. Do not tamp.

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Step 3

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Heat water to 85 degree in a kettle. This step saves time and prevents the grounds from burning. Fill the bottom chamber with hot water just below the steam valve.

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Step 4

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Screw the bottom chamber and place it on stove-top over low heat. Leave the lip open to keep a watch on extraction.

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Step 5

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As soon as coffee starts to flow into the top chamber, lower the heat and turn it off after 40-45 seconds. Do not wait for all the water to flow out.

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Step 6

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Pour it into a warm cup. You can drink it with warm water or milk.

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