Dalgona Coffee Recipe

Updated: May 10, 2020

Dalgona Coffee is only your old beaten Indian coffee with a contort! The main distinction is that the beaten coffee is made with hot milk while Dalgona Milk is made from the chill or chilled milk. It's called so due to the toffee-like surface of South Korean honeycomb toffee candy.

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Ingredients for Dalgona Coffee:

  • 2 tablespoon coffee powder

  • 2 tablespoon sugar

  • 2 tablespoon boiling water

  • 2 cup cold milk

  • Ice cubes as required.

Here are the steps you can follow! STEP 1

To set up this heavenly coffee, take a bowl and blend equivalent amounts of coffee powder, sugar and high temp water.


Presently, utilizing a spoon or hand blender, mix the coffee blend until it is light, foamy and rich. This may take a decent measure of time.


Presently, take 2 glasses or coffee cups and include ice 3D shapes in it according to your benefit. Pour cold milk in them and include this beaten and whipped coffee over it. Serve chilled.


  1. As a matter of first importance rule of making Dalgona Coffee is that using great coffee powder for beating. The shade of your coffee will rely a ton upon the wealth of coffee powder.

  2. We have utilized freezing milk for making this coffee sans any sugar or a trace of pleasantness. Contingent upon your taste, you can improve your milk utilizing a little consolidated milk or sugar as you like, for a superior taste.

  3. Last, however not the least, you can store your whipped coffee for seven days in a sealed shut compartment.

That's it! Your homemade Dalgona Coffe is right before you. Hope you like it!

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