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Milk Frothing for Beginners

here’s another quick tip from whole a
tale of a delicious latte or cappuccino
starts of course with a good espresso
but what sets the incredible apart from
the ordinary is the quality of the milk
froth hey coffee lovers mark here from
whole latte love calm today I’ll go over
my two teas which are key to a sweet and
delicious milk froth and stick around
for the end of the video and I’ll show
you a way to practice frothing without
using any milk at all now it doesn’t
matter if you’re using a machine with an
auto frothing wand or a high-end
prosumer with unlimited manual steaming
power just focus on my two teas which
are tip position and temperature I’ll
get to those in a moment but first some
prerequisites make sure your machine is
clean and ready to steam for Auto
frothing wands like this one milk
residue can clog internal components or
block air intake holes a very common
cause of poor frothing performance so
take your wand apart clean it up and pay
special attention to the air intake
holes when you reassemble be sure all
components are put together properly and
fully seated next know how your machine
indicates it’s ready to steam on
low-cost entry level machines with a
single boiler you typically flip a
switch and wait while the Machine gets
up to steaming temperature and then a
light comes on indicating it’s ready on
higher end machines with heat exchange
or dual boiler steam is usually always
available after the machine is warmed up
for those inure to steaming we suggest
starting with a 12-ounce pitcher and
fill with cold milk – just below the
start of the spouts now cold milk takes
air better and makes frothing easier
before steaming open the valve to purge
any residual water from the wand
you don’t want that extra water in your
milk after purging shut off the steam
now let’s talk about that first tea
which is tip position for both auto
frothing and manual wands with the steam
off position the tip of the wand
slightly below the surface of the milk
and turn the steam back on if using an
auto frothing wand leave the tip in this
position most wands of this
more air is injected the closer the tip
is to the surface of the milk for manual
wands
the idea is to lower the pitchers so the
wand tip gets very close to the surface
of the milk finding a position that
causes small amounts of air to get
sucked in
you should hear an occasional riff as a
venturi effect sucks air into the milk
then as the milk expands continue
lowering the pitcher to keep the wand
tip in a position close to the surface
of the milk which keeps small amounts of
air ripping in for a finally microphones
a lot a style milk stop adding air when
the outside of the pitcher just starts
to feel warm for area froth for a
cappuccino continue adding air for a
little longer to stop adding error with
either style of wand lower the tip of
the wand into the milk for Manuel Juan
Jose just slow the surface for auto
profiting Juan’s go deeper up to and
including covering the air intake holes
which results in no more air being added
from there it’s about the second tee
which is temperature while finding a tip
position that rolls the milk a common
way of getting the role is to angle the
wand using the pitcher’s spout as a
guide
now that role is important as it works
to break up larger bubbles and mix them
to a uniform consistency we like a final
milk temperature of about 140 to 155
degrees Fahrenheit and that range the
apparent sweetness of the milk due to
heating is at its high point go any
hotter and that’s sweetness quickly
fades now you can use a frothing
thermometer to get there or just use
your hands to feel the picture that 140
to 155 range is where the pitcher is
just starting to get a little
uncomfortable to hold once you’ve
reached the final temperature with the
tip still in the milk shut off the steam
remove the pitcher and wipe down the
wand and purge it again to expel any
residual milk now if you ended up with
some larger bubbles you can give the
pitcher a few knocks on the counter
some swirls to help break them up after
that you’re ready to pour now keep in
mind that while Auto frothing wands are
easy to use they generally cannot
produce the finely textured microphone
required for pouring latte are now at
the start I promised to show you a way
to practice frothing without using any
milk and it’s very simple
just add a few drops of dish soap to
water in your pitcher and Brasa way the
soap makes the water trough just like
milk now just be sure always purge you
want after practicing to get the soap
out have any frothing questions let me
know in the comments below
mark from whole latte love calm thanks
for watching and I hope you’ll come back
soon for more of the good stuff on
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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.