AUTHENTIC SUKKU MALLI COFFEE|பாரம்பரிய சுக்குமல்லி காபி








          




If the Tea and Coffee lovers are longing for milk-free options, Sukku Malli coffee is a perfect choice for warming the Chilled cold weather. 

This beverage is made by combining a few key ingredients available in our kitchen-spices. It is pretty easy to prepare in a jiffy. 

Sukku Malli coffee is having many curative properties that work its best by combining palm jaggery or candy when consumed hot.

This is a time tested hot beverage that has been consumed by our ancestors for centuries. 

We can prefer this medicinal and healthy coffee during this rainy, cloudy and cold weather replacing the usual milk coffee and tea. 

Sukku -Dry Ginger
Malli-Country coriander seeds.

Since the flavours of Dry ginger and Coriander seeds dominates in this coffee, it is termed as" Sukku Malli coffee" 

Key ingredients:

Country coriander seeds 2.5 tbsp
Dry Ginger about 2 inches
Peppercorns 3/4 tsp
Cardamom pods 12 pcs
Palm Candy 25 gm
Organic Cane sugar 2 tsp (optional)

Procedure:

Dry roast all the ingredients on low flame except palm candy
Set aside to cool down.
Grind all the ingredients including palm candy to a fine powder.
Transfer the ground spice mix to an airtight container.
It retains its nice and scintillating aroma for seven days.
It serves two persons by using one tsp powder.
Heat the saucepan with 2 cups of water on medium heat.
Bring to a rolling boil.
Add 1 tsp Sukku-Malli powder to the boiling water.
Let it boil for seven seconds until the essence of the spices infused in the boiling water.
We can add organic Cane sugar 2 tsp if we want the sweetness little bit more.
Strain and serve hot.

It is worked best to cure a common cold, cough, congestion, indigestion and so many ailments.
We can habituate this soothing and comfort drink in the morning or mid-noon or evening replacing the usual coffee and tea if we are health-conscious people.

Note:

Take care not to burn the spices.
Roast the spices until their natural aroma is unlocked.

Cooking Time 20 minutes:


















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