How do you make coffee in a Corningware stovetop percolator?


A percolator works by forcing boiling water up a thin tube, which then seeps through the ground coffee, and drips back into the bottom chamber. To make coffee with a Corningware Stovetop Percolator, fill with water to the marked line. Put the basket on top of the perk stem, and put both in the pot, adding the ground coffee to the basket. Put the lid on, place the percolator on a stove and turn it to medium high. Let the coffee percolate for 5-10 minutes, keeping an eye on it all along. Do not let it boil.
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1. Fill the coffee pot with water to the fill line marked inside the pot. 2. Assemble the basket to the stem by sliding the center hole of the basket over the top of the perk stem
CorningWare first made an appearance in kitchens around 1958, according to the company's website. The material was lightweight, easy to use and safe inside ovens, refrigerators and
Prepare the Percolator Put the coffee stem in the percolator and fill the percolator with water to the fill line. Place the filter basket on top of the stem. Add 1 tbsp. of coffee
A Corningware stovetop percolator is similar to many other stovetop models, only it is made with Corningware ceramic-glass. The set up includes the coffee pot, a lid, a perk stem
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