People Are Obsessed With This Whipped Coffee — and Here’s The Recipe

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Worldwide, people adore different kinds of coffee. Some people prefer black coffee, others add milk, and third like the latest barista-inspired coffee creation. Whipped coffee is the newest trend for coffee. Its other name is Dalgona coffee.

If you didn’t know, whipped coffee means that it is made by mixing instant coffee, water, and sugar. Once you combine these three ingredients, you spoon it over the coffee on milk.

The video with which this coffee became popular was shared on TikTok. Until now, it has more than 10 million reviews. Well, the coffee is straightforward to make, and during the pandemic, we are all facing, people are preparing it to replace the fancy one from the coffee shop. Many people tried this kind of drink, and it is extraordinary.

Besides, we present to you the recipe and the method of preparation.

The recipe is made of two tablespoons of instant coffee and two tablespoons of sugar. Next, you need to add two tablespoons of water and use a frother or a hand mixer to create the cream topping. Once you make the topping, add it to the top of your favorite milk. Besides, it is up to you to decide whether the liquid will be hot or cold.

Another famous user on Instagram, @havkonditorn, used the mousse as a topping for a chocolate muffin.

 

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The mixture for a coffee went viral on all social media. For more inspiring videos and pictures, you can search the hashtag #dalgonacoffee on Instagram, and you will get over 21,000 results.

Even though self-isolation forces people to stay at home during the pandemic coronavirus, we have the chance to get the coffee at home just as we will get in a coffee shop.

Dalgona coffee originates in South Korea. The candy called Dalgona or Ppogi is created there. People heat sugar, oil, and baking soda and stir until it is thick and fluffy. Once it is hardened, people sell it like candy.

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