There are a good number of beverages that can be enjoyed in our Steadfast and Seamless enamelware. But one of our favorites, by far, is Swedish Coffee. It’s an almost alchemical process of using a beaten egg to settle the grounds in a pot of coffee. It’s been enjoyed at community centers and campfires alike for a good many years. Our good friend Cee Dub was kind enough to share his recipe with us.
Recipe courtesy of our friend C. W. “Butch” Welch
2 quarts water
½ cup regular grind coffee
1 egg, well beaten in a cup of cold water
1 cup cold water
Heat the water. Add the coffee grounds to one half of the egg/water mixture. When the water boils, slowly add the egg/water/coffee slurry to the pot and stir gently. Watch closely and remove from heat when the coffee returns to a boil. Let steep a few minutes, then add the remaining cup of cold water to settle the grounds. Serve in enamelware mugs, with bacon and flapjacks.