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How to Make a Traditional Greek Frappe (8 pics)

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  • 12 Oct, 2012  |
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1 How to Make a Traditional Greek Frappe (8 pics)


2 How to Make a Traditional Greek Frappe (8 pics)


3 How to Make a Traditional Greek Frappe (8 pics)


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№1 Author: jennedynn (12 Oct 2012 08:49) Total user comments: 128


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nice 04
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№2 Author: capt.huffnpuff (12 Oct 2012 09:36) Total user comments: 2801


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Is that "Greek" or "Geek"? 51
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№3 Author: Keta (12 Oct 2012 10:13) Total user comments: 384


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The frappe coffee was invented in Greece, although the word is French for "beat", but also "icy, chilled".
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№4 Author: panic (12 Oct 2012 12:00) Total user comments: 1


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WRONG, WRONG, WRONG
You never put ice before shake and you never use shaker with holes because frappe must have foam
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№5 Author: micliapu (12 Oct 2012 15:24) Total user comments: 2977


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who ever made that fking gay shake has some strange hands and nails 13 13 13
pedo hands 07
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№6 Author: nisakiman (12 Oct 2012 15:41) Total user comments: 54


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As panic says - wrong.

You did ok up to the point of putting ice in the shaker. No. Never ice in the shaker, and not a shaker with a strainer. That will strain the foam off.

Alternate to a shaker, a milk-shake type electric whisk does an even better job. That's what they use in the cafes.

1. Teaspoon of Nescafe, sugar to taste.
2. About 1" (2-3 cm) water.
3. Shake well or whisk.
4. Pour into tall glass (you should have much more foam than water).
5. Add 4-5 ice cubes and top up with iced water until foam reaches top of glass.
6. If you want milky, add a small amount of evaporated milk.
7. Sit back, sip slowly through a straw and watch the world go by.
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№7 Author: nat (12 Oct 2012 20:09) Total user comments: 72


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Totally wrong; the last picture shows what we call a "water-mess" or in greek "", not an original and tasteful frappe! 62

I'll agree with panic and nisakiman concerning the procedure, eventhough I always put a couple of teaspoons and prefer it black.

Just the perfect way to start your day!!!
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№8 Author: mahedi (14 Oct 2012 14:50) Total user comments: 10772


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Looks tasty
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№9 Author: adzhoe (15 Nov 2012 06:59) Total user comments: 14959


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ill stick to iced coffee at home.
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