South of The Border Coffee


South of The Border Coffee is a great treat from your everyday regular coffee. I have used cane brown sugar but typically you should use piloncilla. This is also really great with some added whip cream and sprinkle of chocolate on the top. I have always loved the chocolate and cinnamon mixture that you find throughout Mexican recipes, they coordinate perfect.

2 cups strong coffee ( I used French Press coffee)
2 tablespoons cane brown sugar
1/4 cup baking chocolate, chopped
1 small cinnamon stick
3 whole cloves
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

In a small saucepan on medium heat add coffee, sugar and chocolate. Continually stir until chocolate has melted.

Add cinnamon, cloves and vanilla, stir well. Reduce heat to low and allow simmering for 5 minutes.

Pour mixture through a sieve and pour into coffee cups.

Yields: 2 cups

6 fabulous comments:

  1. Asmaa5/07/2012

    Salam Alaikum sister,

    As you know i'm not much of a coffee lover but i'm sure this tastes gooood as it contains chocolate and spice!

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  2. Melissa5/07/2012

    That sounds good, I may have to try this sometime!

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  3. Yasmeen5/08/2012

    Yum - I love the Mexican flavors here. Cinnamon, coffee and chocolate go so beautifully together. Love this!

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  4. Noor5/08/2012

    Thanks ladies yea its really yummy Asma you should try Mexican Hot chocolate then :)

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  5. Familycook5/09/2012

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  6. Mouna5/11/2012

    Ymmmy
    i love coffee so much
    Nice blog masha'allah
    :))

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