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Dalgona Coffee

Dalgona Coffee has taken off on social media and became very popular overnight. It’s the latest trend in Korea and now the world. With most of us being in lockdown, the very first part of our daily routine is to drink coffee. It was so unreal to see such an aesthetically pleasing photo of this popular coffee drink and found out that it was just made of 3 very simple ingredients that you’d probably have in your kitchen. Do you have instant coffee? Yep – you got them in stock! How about sugar? Of course, you do have that… and finally water??? No worries, there’s the tap for that.

Dalgona Coffee is a cold latte drink with whipped, velvety and smooth coffee foam on top. A perfect match of cold milk and bittersweet coffee foam is absolutely made in heaven. The best part of it is that, you don’t need fancy equipment to make it at home. At this strange time, that many of us are being quarantined, you’d probably craving for barista made coffee. Have no fear, as this Dalgona coffee is so easy to make. No barista certificate needed. Just a few ingredients and some strong arm muscles.


Dalgona Coffee Recipe

INGREDIENTS:

2 tablespoons instant coffee

2 tablespoons white sugar

2 tablespoons hot water

milk

ice cubes

How to Make Dalgona Coffee?

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Put instant coffee, sugar and hot water in a bowl.

2. Mix the ingredients using whisk or a hand mixer for 3-4 minutes or until thick and foamy.

3. Put ice cubes in a desired glass or cup.

4. Pour in milk (fresh milk or almond milk).

5. Spoon coffee foam on top of the milk.

6. Mix the foam and milk together before drinking.

Serve and enjoy this Dalgona Coffee with family and friends!

Did you make this Dalgona Coffee? Please leave us a comment below.


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