Everyone is getting hooked on the Dalgona coffee and it’s been trending all over the world. Today I tried making another version, the Dalgona Milktea Blend. Let’s check out!
While browsing on a Korean online store I saw that they were selling a milk tea powder and Dalgona and when you buy the set it costs 15,000 won. I wanted to try it but I need to wait around 2 to 3 days before I received it and that day I was very eager to taste the milk tea plus Dalgona coffee. So I run to the nearest convenience store to buy one cup of ready-to-drink milk tea since we have a regular black coffee already. So here are the ingredients and things you need to prepare before making.
How to make a Dalgona Milktea Blend
3 tablespoon black coffee
3 tablespoon sugar ( I prefer brown sugar)
3 tablespoon hot water
milk tea (powder or ready to drink)
What do you need?
- mixing bowl
- egg beater/whisker for mixing/electric mixer (you can use a fork or a long teaspoon if you don’t have any)
- clear glass/mug
1. Put the coffee, sugar, and hot water into a mixing bowl.
2. Mix or whisk the ingredients till you get a light brown color and creamy thick mixture.
3. Pour the milk tea into a clear glass or mug of your choice.
4. Put the creamy mixture on top.
Very easy right? If you haven’t tasted the Dalgona Coffee, just replace the milk tea with milk since the procedure on how to make the coffee whip is the same.
Aside from that, Dalgona is actually a Korean traditional street food from the ’60s and ’70s. It is a Korean sponge candy called Ppopgi and is made from sugar, baking soda, and heat. Usually, it cost 1000 won to 2000 won. So if you get the chance to visit Korea don’t forget to try the PPopgi or Dalgona candy.
In addition to that, you can buy ready-made Dalgona candies which you can add to your coffee or cakes.
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