It was really cold when I got up this morning: -11° with wind-chills of around -25°! I decided that it would be a great day for a cup of Vietnamese-style coffee. It is very sweet, rich and creamy, just the way to start a cold day.
1. Boil some water.
2. Gather supples:
I drove all the way to
for this can, but you can probably find it at your nearest Asian grocery. New Orleans
I have not found the decaffeinated kind outside of NOLA though.)
3. Add coffee to phin:
(I am betting that you could make this in a French press or a regular coffee pot.
I think you would need to make it fairly strong though.)
4. Pour water into phin and let steep:
5. Add sweetened condensed milk:
(I should have added the milk first, but I forgot.)
7. Add a bit more water:
(Okay, normally you wouldn't do this, but it was so cold in my house that the coffee was cold when I went to drink it.
Also it was really strong, so I needed to dilute it a bit.)
Here are some other tutorials on how to make Vietnamese coffee: