How to make Turkish coffee in its traditional way.
2 Turkish coffee cups water
4 teaspoons Turkish coffee
1 cube sugar (see the note below)
Measure water with a small coffee cup. Use one small cup of water for one person, two cups for two people. Pour it directly into a small pot called cezve.
Measure ground coffee: The ratio for a desired consistency is 1:2, which means 1 coffee cup cold water and 2 teaspoons ground coffee. Add the ground coffee in the coffee pot.
Mix coffee and water: Using a teaspoon, mix your finely ground coffee with cold water in a Turkish Coffee pot, gently until well combined. If you want your coffee sweet, add sugar along with coffee and water. (See the notes about sugar).
Place the coffee pot on low heat and let it cook for a while, stirring gently a few times. When it is right about to boil and foams rise, remove it from the heat. Using a teaspoon, share the foams into each Turkish coffee cup.
Put the pot back over medium heat. Let it rise and remove when it starts to boil. Share the coffee into the cups.
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