Materials Needed

Moka Pot

Small Circular Paper Filter

Hob/Bottom Heat Source

15g Coffee

250ml Water

Step 1

Whilst the kettle is boiling grind 15g of coffee into a fine to medium-fine grind level.

Step 2

Pour the hot water into the lower drum. Make sure the water line is below the valve on the side. Here, 250ml water has reached just below the valve.

Step 3

Place the basket into the drum and then pour in the coffee grounds. With a teaspoon, pat them down lightly, firm but not tightly packed, and even out the surface as much as possible.

Step 4

Thoroughly wet a circular paper filter and lay it carefully on top of the grounds. Aeropress filters work well with most sizes, it doesn’t matter if it folds up at the edges.

Step 5

Screw the top on and place the Moka Pot directly onto the hob. You might find your Moka Pot doesn’t work on an induction cooktop, so you will need an adaptor plate. Set the heat to medium, this is set at 6 on an induction hob.

A bit of Advice

If you’ve ever had a burnt taste from Moka Pot brewing, that’s because the coffee is actually starting to burn in the top drum. To prevent this, start pouring the coffee whilst it’s brewing. If you’re making more than one cup at a time, pour a little bit into each cup for a balanced flavour. As the water bubbles up, the strength of the coffee decreases.

Materials Needed:

Moka Pot

Small Circular Paper Filter

Hob/Bottom Heat Source

15g Coffee

250ml Water

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