Many love fragrant and delicious liqueurs. Today we will talk about how to make homemade Baileys .
You will need:
is vodka 0.5 l
– condensed milk, 1 jar
– egg yolks, 4pcs
– instant coffee, 1st.l.
– vanilla sugar, 2st.l.
– cream, 0.4 l (preferably not much fat).
Now proceed to the preparation:
mix vanilla sugar, yolks and condensed milk. Better to do it with a mixer, then you will get good homogeneous mass.
– pour in a lot of coffee and again start mixing. Choose a quality coffee, aromatic, preferably in small granular or powder. If the mixing process you will see that some of the granules are completely dissolved, do not panic and do not scoff at the mixer when you add the vodka, coffee quickly dissolved.
– a thin stream pour in the cream and continue mixing process.
– and the last step how to make Baileys is add vodka. Pour vodka Continue reading
For many, it is no secret that cocoa is not only delicious, but also healthy drink. Therefore, it is desirable to know how to properly brew this aromatic drink, sometimes to pamper yourself or entertain loved ones. For those who are going for the first time to make this treat, and we wrote this article, having considered all the nuances of cooking cocoa.
To prepare this drink you need milk, preferably cow home, a little sugar and, of course, cocoa powder. In the pot where you will cook a treat, pour a little water, enough to completely cover the bottom. After water boils,
pour into a saucepan the milk.
At this time in the Cup thoroughly mix sugar and cocoa. After that, pour there a little bit of water and stir well until a thick homogeneous chocolate mixture without lumps. After that you need to connect cocoa sugar paste with milk. Constantly stirring the milk, squirt the mixture, Continue reading
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First cocoa began to brew in the nineteenth century BC in Mesoamerica — a region that stretches from Northern Mexico to Nicaragua. Then drink from cocoa beans was an almost complete opposite of what we call cocoa today: the taste of it was bitter and astringent, and drank it mostly cold and not hot.
Bernardino de sahagún, a Spanish missionary, a Franciscan Continue reading