Whipped Coffee Recipe | Dalgona Coffee or Beaten Coffee is one of the best coffee recipes to recreate restaurant-style coffee at home. You can beat the coffee ahead of time. It takes only 5 minutes.
Check out this weeks blogging tip above the recipe.
Whipped Coffee recipe has been around for a long time. I first came across this beaten coffee around 15 years ago when our friend’s mom had invited us for breakfast.
I saw aunty stirring something vigorously in a coffee cup for a long time, adding a few drops of hot water at a time. When we finally sat down for breakfast, she added some of that whipped goodness to the coffee cup and poured some steaming hot milk. I could never forget that coffee because it was so good and this was before the cafe culture in India.
A couple of years later, my college roomie made this for our late-night assignments, and then it became an everyday thing. Mornings and evenings rarely went without this hand beaten coffee. Our friends started visiting us too, and we were famous for the cafe style whipped coffee.
The whipped coffee brings back the memory of those good old times.
Although I have been making it occasionally after that, I never thought everyone would go crazy over the recipe.
The recipe, now popularly called Dalgona coffee, gained its popularity on Tik-Tok during the recent COVID-19 quarantine time.
Drink Recipes you may like:
Nutella Coffee | Coffee shop style
Passion Fruit Juice | Passion Fruit Syrup | Great for Mojito
What is Dalgona coffee?
Dalgona coffee is a Korean drink made by using an equal quantity of instant coffee granules, sugar and hot water to create a foam. It is then topped over hot or cold milk which creates a machine style foam.
Dalgona coffee origin:
Dalgona coffee originated in South Korea and Dalgona is a type of Korean sweet.
How to beat coffee?
Add the instant coffee granules and sugar to a bowl or a coffee cup. Add a teaspoon of hot water at a time and beat till it is light and frothy.
We often made whipped coffee by hand. You can add instant granules and sugar to a cup and whisk it with a spoon adding few tablespoons at a time. It takes time and gives your hand quite a workout.
How to make whipped coffee with a beater?
Step-by-Step Dalgona coffee recipe:
Making whipped coffee with a beater is super easy. I now use a hand beater and it is very convenient. I make almost 5 days worth of beaten coffee and store it in a glass jar in the refrigerator.
That way it is convenient and quick especially when you have a gettogether or a game night.
1. Add Instant coffee + sugar + hot water into a bowl.
2. Beat for about 2 to 3 minutes till you see a thick mouse-like texture.
3. A stiff peak should form and the color should turn pale. Also, when you invert the bowl the mixture should not fall out.
How to make Dalgona coffee?
Fill a glass or cup with ice-cold milk or steaming hot milk. Top it with the beaten coffee. Add more whipped coffee or sugar as per your taste.
How to make Indian-style Cappuccino?
Add a tablespoon of whipped coffee into a cup. Pour steaming hot milk and mix it with a spoon. Top with an additional spoon of foam on top. Add more if needed depending on how strong or sweet you like your coffee to be.
P.S: THIS WEEKS BLOGGING TIPS
How to monetize your blog | How to earn income from your blog
Finding sponsored posts to how much to charge for sponsored posts.
Whipped Coffee Recipe | Dalgona Coffee or Beaten Coffee is one of the best coffee recipes to recreate restaurant-style coffee at home. You can beat the coffee ahead of time.
- 2 tablespoons Instant Coffee
- 3 tablespoons Sugar
- 3 tablespoons hot water
- 2 cups milk of your choice
Add Instant coffee + sugar into a coffee cup. Add a tablespoon of hot water and beat with a spoon in a circular motion.
Add 1/2 tablespoon of water at a time as needed until you see a cream with a thick consistency. The color of the coffee will turn pale. When you invert the glass the mixture should not fall out.
Add Instant coffee + sugar + hot water into a bowl and beat for about 2 to 3 minutes till you see a thick mouse-like texture.
A stiff peak should form and the color should turn pale. Also, when you invert the bowl the mixture should not fall out.
To make cold coffee: Fill a glass with ice and add a cup of milk of your choice (soy, almond, etc) and top with 2 tablespoons of whipped coffee. Taste and add more if needed depending on how strong you like it. You can also add more sugar as needed.
To make hot coffee: Add a tablespoon of whipped coffee, then top with a cup of steaming hot milk. Stir it with a spoon. Then top with another tablespoon of whipped coffee. Taste and adjust more whipped coffee or sugar as needed.
You can make the whipped coffee and store it in a glass jar in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.