How To Make Dalgona Bandung — An Asian Twist To The Frothy Coffee

How To Make Dalgona Bandung — An Asian Twist To The Frothy Coffee

You only need 10 minutes to serve up this frothy beverage.

The ‘Dalgona coffee’ has recently taken the world by storm. The frothy coffee owes its popularity to Korean YouTubers trying their hand at this simple recipe which has origins that go way back.

Also read: Dalgona Coffee Trend: What It Is, How To Make It & Alternatives For Non-Coffee Drinkers 

As people around the globe find themselves in the confines of their homes with the essential pantry ingredients and the ubiquitousness of social media, the ‘Dalgona coffee‘ has unfolded to be a big food trend during this COVID-19 pandemic. It has spiralled since then. Search #dalgonacoffee on Instagram, and you’ll be astounded by the sheer number of posts.

If you don’t enjoy the piquant malt-like taste of coffee, fret not, you can still have a go at the whipped coffee craze the Internet is buzzing about. Presenting to you ‘Dalgona bandung’ – a milky rose drink that will tantalise your taste buds and is pleasing to the eye.

This easy-peasy caffeine-free recipe with an Asian twist will leave you wanting more. Put on your apron and up your whipping game!

Also read: A Coffee Lover’s Guide to The Hippest Cafes in Seoul & Beyond

How to make ‘Dalgona bandung’:

  1. Using an electric hand-held mixer, whisk cold heavy cream at low speed for one minute. As it gets foamier, increase the speed and continue the process for five minutes. It can take a while for the cream to reach stiff peaks. (It is advisable to use an electric mixer instead of whipping it by hand as you may not get the desired texture. If you don’t have an electric mixer, you could also use an electric whisk or a milk frother.)
  2. Add a few tablespoons of rose syrup into the fluffy cream according to your taste. If you prefer a subtle hint of rose syrup, three tablespoons of the concoction is recommended.
  3. Whisk the mixture until it takes on a shade of light pink and has a cream-like consistency. Make sure the syrup is well-incorporated.
  4. Fill ⅔ of your favourite tall glass with milk and add some ice.
  5. Spoon dollops of the frothed bandung mixture on the top and swirl it into the milk.

There you have it – a fuss-free recipe for Dalgona bandung that you can make at home. Have a go at it! Don’t forget to share this recipe with your loved ones.

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