Coffee 10 Chiffonlets with Dulce de Leche Whipped Cream (page 334) – the extra coffee extract

what happens with left overs coffee concentrate when taking ROSE’S heavenly CAKES: Coffee Chiffonlets with Dulce de Leche Whipped Cream (page 334)?

1- froth it with your cappuccino maker:

2- then add equal amount of milk:

4 thoughts on “Coffee 10 Chiffonlets with Dulce de Leche Whipped Cream (page 334) – the extra coffee extract

  1. Julie says:

    H, nice looking coffee- do you notice a change in the flavor when the coffee is heated?

    Another query- is that your pastry rolling mat? How do you like it? Which one is it? Is it flexible enough to store rolled up?

    • thx Julie, this is an unusual method of coffee extraction via cold filtering. most of the bitter compounds are lacking which need heat to be released from the coffee beans. when i heat this extract, i do not notice any change of taste alike to reheating traditional brewed coffee.

      also, the coffee extract has a shelf life of 5 days at room temperature or 6 weeks refrigerated. this tells you a lot that this coffee can be left sitting. traditional brewed coffee must be consumed right away.

      the pastry rolling mat i found at a discount store. it is cheap silicone, rather thin. yes, it stored it rolled up, or even fold it on 4 quarters.

  2. Jenn says:

    H, I’m also curious about the pastry rolling mat.

    I am checking out your amazon store, and noticed you have 2 Bialetti Espresso Maker, how do you like the non-electric one? The one to be used on the stove top?

    Though I myself prefer red in everything, I love the look of your yellow Le Creuset!

    • J, this pastry rolling mat is just one inexpensive silicone mat from a discount store. i use it as a table work surface, easier to wipe, fold and rinse. i roll my pastry on pastry cloth over chilled marble, not on silicone.

      EVERYTHING on my amazon store, i am passionate about and highly tested myself. both espresso makers are great! one is a cappuccino maker (the electric one), the second is a espresso maker (stove stop).

      there isn’t a more simple and better way to make espresso than the one i recommend.

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