May 13, 2010

Iced Cajun Coffee

With the summer in, the temperatures soaring and the mercury rising with every passing day the only respite are the summer chillers .Nothing says summer like a desi lassi, healthy fruit laden shakes and smoothies,cool old fashioned lemonade,colourful juices or ice cold ,creamy coffee shakes.Today my post is a creamy coffee shake adapted from Sanjeev Kapoor's store of recipes.The drink is a very easy to make and in a jiffy recipe.The ingredients of this recipe were a little different from the Cajun Coffee I had in Oslo which had rum, molasses and nutmeg powder in it.
You Need

4 tbsp Instant Coffee Powder
4 cups cold full cream milk
4 tsp Vanilla essence
4 small pinches cinnamon powder
Crushed Ice

  1. Blend instant coffee powder, full cream milk and vanilla essence in a blender.
  2. Pour over crushed ice in tall Collins glasses.
  3. Sprinkle cinnamon powder over the top and serve immediately.


  1. Wat an elegant Iced coffee, truly catchy and irresistible..

  2. Lovely presentations and looks so so cooling ..iced cajun coffee,lovely.You know Cajun is a type of cuisine from Louisiana USA.
    ami aajke banabe eyita..
    hugs and smiles

  3. Hey Saswathi, cold coffee looks perfect n well presented dear. Nice photography.

  4. Really cool for the blazing summer.Beautiful Picture.

  5. I guess this is gr8 for any time ..and am in for any time...delicious

  6. Thanx friends for the appreciation!

  7. Loving ur iced coffee as well d wonderful pics on ur lovely blog!!

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  8. I will make this and share pix with you. You made me craving for this one.

    Remember the Nescafe shaker we got in India in the 1980s?

  9. Cold coffee... my favorites! Looking great. Nicely shot too.

  10. Good to see you back Saswati! How are you? Iced coffee looks super yummy :) Love the pic.

  11. Hy Saswathi,
    First time here...wonderful collection of yummy recipes you have..Am your new follower now...:)
    Do drop in at my blog sometime.

  12. Looks so yummy n inviting !! l


  13. Hi, thanks for the delicious recipes.



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