It flows through my veins. in Japan they serve it black, slightly sweetened in a cup...or sometimes offer it with ice cream or in milkshakes. I run on coffee. Alternatively, you can use a French coffee press or your favorite drip coffee method. April 12, 2016 | 8 Comments. I had to make this. I love Vietnamese coffee, but I can't handle caffeine so I just had a sip. This is a vegan-friendly recipe that's unique, cheap, and easy!

I am a tea drinker. And that sweet milk, which keeps things light and fresh.

This is jello that you could serve to your foodie friends.

Now don’t let that scare you off…agar is vegetarian and an extremely popular ingredient for Asian desserts, including this popular Vietnamese variety. Last month, I had dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant, and my friend ordered Vietnamese coffee - a combo of espresso and condensed milk. it's even served with student lunches in public schools. Jun 1, 2015 - Coconut + Coffee is one of my favorite flavor combinations. This jello is the short and stout cousin of Vietnamese iced coffee, that fabulous concoction of espresso and condensed milk.

Plus, Coffee Jello is such a fun dessert! I instantly had a deja vu in my mouth. Don’t be intimidated into thinking Coffee Jello is beyond you. It's National Library Week!This is the 2nd annual celebration on my blog. I am not much of a coffee drinker.

As I say, I'm putting the Librarian in the Food Librarian! I drink Mighty Tea, green tea, everyday. I don’t even like sweet things, but I love this dessert. A refreshing coffee dessert with a zesty twist, this Vietnamese Ice Coffee Jelly inspired by the famous Vietnamese Iced Tea is an explosion of flavours and textures and brings the wow factor to a dinner party. Recipe calls for three packets of Knox gelatin, but you can getaway with two. I found the overall coffee flavor to be pretty mellow and perfect. I could taste the coffee jello dessert from Sawtelle Kitchen. Jump to Recipe. I wake up thinking about my first cup. Something about those jiggly, wobby squares of jello. It’s coffee, coconut, and pandan flavored agar, a gelatinous substance derived from seaweed. coffee jelly, or JELLO as we call it, is a popular dessert in Asia. This jello could convert me. We used the Trung Nguyen brand of ground coffee for this Vietnamese coffee recipe, but you can use any good French roast coffee, too. Although I limit myself to only three small cups a day, I get caught up in the whole ritual of this intensely aromatic tradition. If you’re me, this is also your midnight-snack jello. I'll definitely consider making this recipe again sometime. This Vietnamese Coffee Jello turned out pretty darn tasty, if you like coffee and gelatinous things.

Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. Vietnamese Coffee Popsicles, Vegan and made with homemade coconut condensed milk. The sweetened condensed milk offered the ideal level of sweetness, in my opinion. in Japan they serve it black, slightly sweetened in a cup...or sometimes offer it with ice cream or in milkshakes.

Coffee jello - potent and delicious. it's even served with student lunches in public schools. Our Vietnamese Phin coffee filters are the 6-ounce size, but they come in different sizes depending upon your brewing needs. I am addicted. And since I added a good dose of Kahlua to them, I guess they’re also kind of like Jello Jigglers for grown-ups. If you can make jello from a box, you can make this dessert. coffee jelly, or JELLO as we call it, is a popular dessert in Asia.

Stay safe and healthy. This stuff is silly. This Coffee Jello will make you feel just as accomplished. If using French-pressed coffee, either filter the coffee again or cut away the bottom after the jello is set (the fine grinds settle). Vietnamese Coffee Popsicles, Vegan and made with homemade coconut condensed milk. I immediately ran to the corner Starbucks and bought the coffee that she suggests using in this recipe. Vietnamese Iced Coffee Jelly.