How make cappuccino at home?

  1. Fill the coffee pot: In this step, you need to fill the coffee pot with water and place it on the stove to boil. You can use a gas stove or an electric stove to heat the pot.

  2. Grind the coffee beans: You need to grind the coffee beans to a fine consistency. You can use a coffee grinder to grind the beans.

  3. Add coffee to the pot: Add the ground coffee to the coffee pot. You can use a spoon to add the coffee to the pot.

  4. Brew the coffee: Allow the coffee to brew on the stove for a few minutes until it is ready. You can use a timer to keep track of the brewing time.

  5. Heat the milk: Pour the milk into a small pot and heat it on the stove until it is hot. You can use a thermometer to check the temperature of the milk.

  6. Pour the milk into the French press: Pour the hot milk into the French press. You can use a ladle to transfer the milk from the pot to the French press.

  7. Pump the French press: Cover the French press with the top/filter and pump up and down. The froth is created by pumping down into the milk and pumping up out of the milk while holding the top down. You can use a timer to keep track of the pumping time.

  8. Continue pumping: Continue pumping until the desired froth is reached. You can use a spoon to check the consistency of the froth.

  9. Pour the frothy milk into the glass: Pour the frothy milk into the glass. You can use a ladle to transfer the milk from the French press to the glass.

  10. Pour the coffee into the glass: Pour the brewed coffee into the glass. You can use a ladle to transfer the coffee from the pot to the glass.

  11. Mix the coffee and milk: Mix the coffee and milk together. You can use a spoon to stir the coffee and milk.

  12. Sprinkle with cocoa powder: Sprinkle cocoa powder on top of the cappuccino. You can use a sifter to sprinkle the cocoa powder evenly.

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