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Vietnamese Coffee

























Wouldn't you just love to have a really good cuppa Joe right now?
Well you can, a good cup of coffee that is dessert in itself.
You can enjoy it hot or served over ice for a really delicious cup of iced coffee which is my favorite way to drink it.
All you need is...
  1. 1 or 2 tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk to your cup. 
  2. Pour over a really bold and strong coffee or espresso. 
  3. Stir and voila!
    For under $3.00, you can serve 10 grateful coffee lovers this sweet treat!
    Better than going to your local coffee shop!

    15 comments:

    1. I make this quite often. I think I like "Vietnamese Coffee" better, rather than (I'm out of creamer, and I don't have the money to go to the store) cheap coffee. I think I'll make some Vietnamese Coffee right now!

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    2. sounds good, I will have to make this...Barb

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    3. Oh I have such good memories of sharing a cup of Vietnamese coffee with friends in Houston. Hadn't thought about doing it at home...sound so good!

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    4. Hmmm...so that is what it is called. Interesting. My relatives from East Africa make tea this way.

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    5. Well I'm only for black coffee, no additives but it does look interesting.

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    6. We had something similar on a trip and now I wonder if it was sweetened condensed milk they had used. I will try it as we really enjoyed and I have tried afew different things but not that milk. Thanks Kathy

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    7. Very interesting! I love coffee drinks!

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    8. Love this drink! But it's usually had as a "treat" only once & a while when we got out for Vietnamese food - I prefer the hot variety myself. Mmmm...

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    9. I love iced coffee served this way. It's one of my summertime treats!

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    10. I'm Vietnamese, married to a Mennonite... I regularly check this site, and think that it's so cool that you have included this recipe! Thanks for doing that.

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    11. Well, since we own a local little coffee shop, I won't say "better than going to a coffee shop". But, if your tight between paydays or making for a crowd, this is a great recipe. We all gotta make a living. This is however, one of my favorite ethnic drinks.

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    12. Just saw this and wondered how it might taste, so this was my "excuse" to have a coffee ala vietnamese! YummY ! Will serve it next time to my friends at the end of dinner. Thanks!

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    13. That is exactly what a local coffee shop does near my house and it is fantastic!!!

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