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Coffee powder with basil and other ingredients
Published On: 27 Aug 2012
English: Coffee Powder
tamil: Kappi Podi
malayalam: Kappi Podi
telugu: Kauphy / Kaapee
Konkani: Koppi Pitto
Marathi: Coffee Poodh
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
English: Dry Ginger
telugu: Sonti / Allam
kannada: Shunti / Ona Soonti
hindi: Sonth / Sattah / Adrak
Bengali: Sonth / Ada
Konkani: Sunt / Soontti
Marathi: Sunt / Suntih
Tulu: Shunti / Ona Shunti
For preparing chukku kaapi, boil jaggery, basil, pepper powder, dry ginger and thippali in 1 liter water.
Once it boils, add coffee powder and allow it to boil for 1 minute. Remove it from the flame.
Chukku kaapi is ready. Filter the coffee and serve hot.
Note:-1)You can get thippali in ayurvedic stores.
If you add one thippali, add one full jaggery (insted of 1/2) otherwise it will be too spicy.
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