Pumpkin Cappuccino with Cardamom This simple and equally elegant soup features a hint of cardamom. The result is a tasty presentation in a cup of cappuccino! This video showing the recipe for French chef Franck Salein is courtesy of Gourmandia. The chef Franck at the beautiful four-star hotel Les Sources de Caudalie, located in France's Bordeaux region, home to a spa offering wine therapy (hot springs infused minerals from the vines) and a gourmet restaurant. The bright orange color of pumpkin is the clear indication that this gourd full of beta carotene, a powerful antioxidant. Beta-carotene from a plant carotenoids converted to vitamin A by the body.When it converts to vitamin A, beta-carotene plays an important role in regard to our overall health. Current research indicates that a diet rich in foods containing beta-carotene may reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer in addition to preventing heart disease. Furthermore, beta-carotene reduces the incidence of other diseases and degenerative disorders caused by aging.
A good espresso is absolutely necessary in order for you to enjoy a great cup of cappuccino. The procedure of getting a good espresso involves grinding of the beans and pressing the espresso while using a high pressure machine. You can also use a stove top model to do the same. Remember not to make an excess at once, and the cream should be visible and should be on top as the golden brown foam. You can use an espresso cup to keep the temperature under control.
Addicted to coffee? Then it might be time for you to get your very own cappuccino maker. The counter top model variety can steam milk for both the latte and the cappuccino. If you have guests coming over to your place quite often and they absolutely thirst for coffee or you yourself are a self appointed coffee addict, then it is suggested that you should get a cappuccino machine that makes lot of cups at one time.