Thai Coffee Recipe
Thai coffee, as is served in Thai restaurants.
If you have an espresso machine, make one or two shots of espresso and put it in a Pyrex bowl or measuring cup. Add the sweetened, condensed milk to taste (1-4T) and LOTS of ice. Stir until the ice cools the coffee down and pour into a glass. I agree with another reviewer who says that the secret to making this is to have VERY strong coffee or espresso!
This is Americanized. I lived in Thailand for 2 years. This tastes nothing like what they served.
Strong coffee with sweetened condensed milk and chilled on ice makes an unbeatable Southeast Asian treat. Even those who only take their coffee black will like this. Serve it on hot summer days or as an evening treat. We learned this in Vietnam, and now drink almost all our espresso this way.
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This was pretty good- however to me, it just tasted like iced coffee with cream and sugar. I think I was looking for more of a Thai iced coffee flavor.