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  • Total: 10 mins
  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 0 mins
  • Yield: Serves 1
  • Nutritional Guidelines (per serving)
    237 Calories
    10g Fat
    27g Carbs
    11g Protein
    See Full Nutritional Guidelines
    (Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.)

Vietnamese style coffee is sweet because the strong dark brew's natural partner is sweetened condensed milk. It probably won't elicit your interest if you're among those who think that the only way to drink coffee is to take it black -- but wait 'till you try Vietnamese egg coffee.

The Scandinavian region has its own egg coffee although the preparation is very much different. Vietnamese egg coffee is strong black coffee topped with egg yolk and sweetened condensed milk that had been whipped together until thickened. It's really quite a unique experience, this Vietnamese egg coffee -- almost like drinking coffee and custard together. 

Just like all other Vietnamese coffee concoctions, the egg coffee starts with a strong, black brew made with a phin filter (cà phê phin). There is also a special coffee blend used which, by and large, is produced by Trung Nguyen.

If you're not aiming for complete authenticity but merely want to indulge in the custard-over-coffee experience, you can brew coffee the way you usually do and simply top it with the egg-milk mixture.


Ingr


  • 1 egg yolk
  • 2 to 3 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup very hot freshly brewed coffee


Steps to Make It


  1. Place the egg yolk and sweetened condensed milk in a small mixing bowl. Using a wire whisk or an electric hand mixer, whip them together until thick. The desired texture is called the "ribbon stage". To make it more d

  2. When the beaters are lifted, the mixture falls like a ribbon that makes a pattern on the surface of the mixture, and the pattern stays visible for a few seconds.

  3. Pour your very hot and freshly brewed coffee into a mug. Pour the egg-milk mixture slowly over the coffee. The result will, at first, look like a homogenous mocha colored drink but wait a few seconds and the egg-milk mixture will float on top of the coffee without you having to do anything.

  4. You can drink the coffee from the mug or use a dessert teaspoon to enjoy it more slowly. Either way, it's good.

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