Dalgona with a Twist: Matcha, Milo, and More

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If you’re living anywhere that’s not under a rock, there’s a good chance you’ve seen people sipping on the now-famous Dalgona coffee. Lauded to be a simple barista-worthy creation you can whip up with no more than three ingredients (four, if you count water), the cloud-like beverage has taken the world by storm (pun intended).

A quick introduction to the trendy drink: Dalgona coffee is named after South Korea’s well-loved street candy, a sugary and foamy honeycomb snack. A part of what made this so popular amongst the #StayHome crowd and aspiring home chefs is its simplicity and the desire to share homemade creations with others.

But at the end of the day, regardless of how pretty, it still tastes of instant coffee mixed with some sweetener. And while a hit among some, it’s understandable how the trend might not resonate with others.

That said, non-coffee fans or people looking to level up this drink, we’ve got you covered. It’s time to bring your favourite flavours to new heights and board the Dalgona trend train!

Ingredients

Milo Dalgona (Recipe by @rafray1203)
 500 ml milk
 200 ml whipping cream
 90 g icing sugar
 12 g milo/cocoa powder
Matcha Dalgona (Recipe by @rafray1203)
 500 ml milk
 200 ml whipping cream
 90 g icing sugar
 12 g matcha powder
Fruity Dalgona (Recipe by Jun Jun – Bếp Vui Vẻ)
 Dragonfruit/Mango (or any fruit of your choice)
 2 egg whites
 45 g sugar
 milk
Milk Tea Dalgona (Recipe by Simple Bakes)
 1 can all-purpose cream
 3 black tea bags
 5 tbsp brown sugar
 Milk

Instructions

Milo Dalgona
1

Prepare two glasses, each with a minimum capacity of 450ml.

2

Fill the glasses with 250ml of milk each, and top it off with ice cubes. (Tip: Use larger ice cubes so your drink will not be diluted)

3

In your Kenwood Chef XL Sense, mix whipping cream, icing sugar and milo/cocoa powder for 2 minutes (1 minute on medium, 1 minute on high).

4

Spoon the fluffy, chocolatey mixture on top, sprinkle milo/cocoa powder and serve.

Matcha Dalgona
5

Prepare two glasses, each with a minimum capacity of 450ml.

6

Fill the glasses with 250ml of milk each, and top it off with ice cubes. (Tip: Use larger ice cubes so your drink will not be diluted)

7

In your Kenwood Chef XL Sense, mix whipping cream, icing sugar and matcha powder for 2 minutes (1 minute on medium, 1 minute on high).

8

Spoon the fluffy green mixture on top, sprinkle matcha powder and serve.

Fruity Dalgona
9

Peel and dice your preferred fruit (the video link above uses Dragonfruit and Mango), and blend it into a fine puree.

10

Add 45g of sugar to egg whites and stir to dissolve. Place the mixture in a bath of boiling water, and double boil with constant stirring for 2 minutes. (Tip: Using a ceramic bowl for this ensures it does not cook too quickly).

11

Remove the mixture from the heat and whisk with an electric mixer until stiff peaks.

12

Spoon in some of the fruit puree and whisk till well combined.

13

Top your glass of milk with your fruity Dalgona and serve.

Milk Tea Dalgona
14

Heat the all-purpose cream in a pan on low heat with 3-5 bags of milk tea (add more if you wish for a stronger tea flavour).

15

Add 5 tablespoons of brown sugar to the cream and mix gently.

16

Remove the pan from heat and transfer to a bowl to cool.

17

Use an electric mixer and mix till the mixture is fluffy (doubles in volume).

18

Top a glass of milk with your fluffy tea mixture and serve.

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