Cappuccino is espresso machine produces steam. Espresso coffee is poured into the bottom third of a cup, and the same amount of warm milk. Upper third of the drink consists of milk foam. Shaved chocolate, raw sugar, cinnamon or other spices are often sprinkled on top of the drink over. Cappuccino is served in a spoon and then consumed.
How To Make Cappuccino
- Ground Chocolate
- Ground Coffees
- 3 oz. cold milk
- 5-oz. Or Larger Cups
- Espresso Machines
- The difference between Cappucino Latte. In fact, cappuccino and lattes are made with espresso and milk. The difference is that in the cappuccino, the milk is "froth" (using the steam wand as part of an espresso machine) in a "microfoam" which is about twice the volume of dairy origin. Latte milk is "steam" (heated, with the result of the hot milk with a small head of foam), using the same steam pipe, but a different technique.
- Make a 1 1/2 oz. espresso, leaving enough water in the espresso machine to steam some milk.
- Place in a 5-ounce espresso or larger cup so you have room for milk.
- Set the espresso machine to steam.
- Fill the jug in stainless steel with 3 oz. cold milk and place the steam wand.
- Place half of the nozzle in the milk and milk left in the 45 to 60 seconds, or until the milk is hot and not enough foam for your preference.
- Add 1 1 / 2 oz hot milk to the espresso.
- Spoon some foamed milk onto the top
- If desired, sprinkle with cinnamon, ground chocolate or nutmeg.