Mokapot coffee has often been referred to as "the Italian espresso" or "stovetop coffee" in some circles. It's a nifty way to brew coffee using steam.
Boil water, and fill the bottom half of your Moka pot with water that’s freshly boiled.
Fill the pot’s filter basket with the ground coffee, and give it a shake to settle the grounds evenly. Now place it into the bottom compartment.
Screw on the Moka pot’s top and bottom halves.
Place the pot on a stove set to medium heat.
When the water in the bottom chamber approaches a boil, the pressure will push a stream of coffee slowly through the upper chamber. Adjust the flame accordingly so that the water does not rush upwards. You want a slow consistent flow of water.
Great job. Pour yourself a cup of coffee when all the water has gone through. You can hear a hissing or whistling sound to signal that all the water has been pushed through to the upper chamber.