A dictionary of culinary terms



A cappuccino is a single shot of espresso with textured milk. The ratio is 13 espresso, 13 steamed milk, and 13 foamed milk. The milk should be steamed and textured to a temperature of 155–160°F.

Optional garnishes include chocolate and cinnamon.


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