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Dalgona Coffee

As we all are stuck at home, we have more time to browse the internet and check out what's trending. For a few weeks now the "Dalgona Cofee" shook the internet with not only being very pleasing to the eyes but also very delicious! It's milk topped with coffee that has froth like consistency. As a brand that is known for our World Class Milk Boss Frother, we're gonna share with you how to make your very own Dalgona Coffee in 2 ways.
🏷 Course: Drinks
🇰🇷 Cuisine: Korean
🔪 Prep Time: 1 minute
🍳 Cook Time: 3 minutes
⏲ Total Time: 4 minutes
🍴Servings: 2 servings

Ingredients

  • Coffee of your choice (Instant, Drip, Brewed)
  • Sugar
  • Hot Water
  • 1/2 cup milk of your choice (regular, low-fat. almond, soy, etc)

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Preparation

Using an Instant Coffee
  1. In a large bowl, mix instant coffee, hot water & sugar. A consistency of 1:1:1.
  2. Mix ingredients until everything is incorporated.
  3. Use the Milk Boss Milk Frother until desired consistency is achieved.
  4. Fill 2/3rd of a cup with cold milk and add some ice.
  5. Spoon the foam and add it to the top of the cup. You may sprinkle the top with some hot cocoa powder or cinnamon. Mix it with a spoon to enjoy it as a latte or just as it is as you get a little bit of milk and foam in one sip

Using Drip Coffee

  1. To a cup, add 3.5 Tbsp of fine coffee ground powder and 5 Tbsp of hot water. Let it steep for 2-3 minutes
  2. Use Zulay Coffee Filter to filter coffee from the soaked coffee. This should make about 2 Tbs coffee.
  3. Add 2 Tbsp sugar to this and then whip using Milk Boss Milk Frother because it will take too long by hand.
  4. Fill 2/3rd of a cup with cold milk and add some ice.
  5. Spoon the foam and add it to the top of the cup. You may sprinkle the top with some hot cocoa powder or cinnamon.

2 comments

  • Do you have a video for the coffee recipie? I have been unable to duplicate the results shown with my new frother.

    I had previously mastered “quarantine coffee” using the whip attachment on my hand mixer. I was hoping to get the same texture with a frother but no luck so far.

    Thank you.

    Meg
  • Qué éxito! Son los mejores
    Quiero un café…

    Maibel Cordobes

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