So, before we get started with How to make Dalgona Coffee/Dalgona Coffee Recipe, we will just go for a quick tour on the History of Coffee.
3 Different types of Coffee beans
History of Coffee
- The potential of these beloved beans was first discovered by goat farmer Kaldi said legend.
- The story was that Kaldi noticed that his goats were energetic after eating the berries from a certain tree.
- And That they didn’t want to sleep at night. say that Kaldi discovered coffee
What is Coffee?
- Coffee is a Brewed Drink made from roasted Coffee beans, the seeds berries from certain Coffee species.
- The Coffee berries turn from green to red in colour which indicates ripeness.
- They are picked and processed and dried.
- Then these Coffee beans are roasted to varying degrees, depending upon the wanted flavour.
- Kopi Luwak is one of the Coffee in Asia that consists of partially digested Coffee cherries,
- Eaten, digested and defecated by the Asian palm civet also known as civet cats.
- These are small mammals which belong to the Viverridae family,
- Normally they prefer to eat just ripest Coffee cherries, in Indonesia, these animals are as Luwak.
- The name of the coffee got it from the animal’s, civet coffee.
- The coffee is a blend and brewed with boiling water,
- To produce the beverage know as Coffee.
- The full meaning or full form of COFFEE is “Come Over for Free Everyday Energy”.
Different types of Coffee beans
- There are two different types of Coffee beans you will find in U.S supermarkets for sale, they are Arabica and Robusta.
Types of Coffee drinks
- Black Coffee
- Red eye
- Flat white
- Café au lait
Types of iced Coffee
- Iced Coffee
- Iced Expresso
- Cold brew
Types of Coffee makers
What is Dalgona Coffee?
- Dalgona Coffee is a Whipped Coffee made in 4 simple ingredients –
- Instant coffee powder, sugar, hot water and milk.
- Korean tv program mentioned this Dalgona Coffee earlier this year.
- The name Dalgona was originated from a Korean street snack, which almost tastes the same as honeycomb toffee.
- A tv personality named the Coffee after as Dalgona is made of same resembles the Whipped Coffee.
- This Coffee is just like frappe or an Indian cappuccino served upside down.
- Apart from its origin, this Dalgona Coffee is super easy and fun to make.
- Dalgona Coffee has got its hype through social media platforms.
- Social media and mainstream media went by storm taking Dalgona Coffee
- Due to COVID-19 as people stayed home doing self-distancing and self-isolation in recent months, making Dalgona Coffee as become a new trend and a fun new challenge to make it in house.
- Making it simple and delicious.
How to make Dalgona Coffee recipe/DALGONA COFFEE RECIPE
- Instant Coffee powder – 1 tablespoon
- Granulated sugar – 1 tablespoon
- Hot water – 1 tablespoon
- Milk – 1 cup
- Ice cubes as necessary
How to make Dalgona Coffee/DALGONA COFFEE RECIPE
- Firstly, take a vessel which will help your Coffee to get aerated by whisking the Coffee.
- Now add equal parts of instant Coffee powder, sugar, hot water and start whisking all the three ingredients.
- Whisk the ingredients continuously with some patients till the Coffee gets frothy.
- You have to whisk it at least for 400 times to get the nice and smooth frothy texture.
- Once done now you can start building it.
- Take a glass pour milk.
- Milk can be of your choice as you can make it with hot or cold milk.
- Personally, I prefer with cold milk.
- Now add enough ice cubes to your glass of cold milk.
- Scoop out the Whipped Coffee on top of the milk.
- Here we go enjoy the delicious Dalgona Coffee!
How to make Dalgona Coffee without instant Coffee
- So, can you make the Dalgona Coffee without the instant coffee powder? The answer is yes you can make it without instant Coffee.
- To make a Whipped Coffee without instant Coffee you can simply pour a scoop of Coffee beans in and Coffee grinder or blender and finely ground.
- Now pass the finely blended Coffee powder through a fine mesh.
- Now use the resulting fine Coffee powder to make Dalgona Coffee.
Let me know in comments If you have tried it at Your home ?
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