Indian Beaten Coffee Recipe | Dalgona Coffee

Looking For Indian Beaten Coffee or the delicious whipped Dalgona Coffee? You must try this recipe. All you need is a good quality instant coffee powder, water, sugar and milk and of course a good electric hand mixer to make the process super easy.

Archana Doshi
Indian Beaten Coffee Recipe | Dalgona Coffee
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North Indian's love to have a beaten coffee made from instant coffee powder, from a very stark contrast to a south indian who will vouch for a hot piping decoction coffee. This Indian Beaten Coffee very similar to the Korean Dalgona Coffee is absolutely delicious. The only difference is that once the coffee is beaten, milk is mixed along with it to make a hot cup of coffee. Where as in Dalgona Coffee, the beaten coffee is added like a whipped cream over the milk. Either of which can be had hot or cold and be flavoured with cinnamon or cocoa to give it that delicious taste. 

Serve Indian Beaten Coffee/ Dalgona Coffee along with Atta Biscuit during your coffee break.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other Coffee recipes such as

  1. Ragi Choco Coffee Mug Cake Recipe
  2. Arabic Coffee Recipe
  3. Cold Coffee Smoothie Recipe

Course: Indian Breakfast
Diet: Vegetarian
Prep in

5 M

Cooks in

0 M

Total in

5 M

Makes:

1 Serving

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons Instant Coffee Powder
  • 2 tablespoons Sugar
  • 2 tablespoons Water
  • 3/4 cup Milk , chilled
  • Cinnamon Powder (Dalchini) , a pinch to garnish
  • Instant Coffee Powder , a pinch to garnish

How to make Indian Beaten Coffee Recipe | Dalgona Coffee

  1. To begin making the Indian Beaten Coffee/ Dalgona Coffee, in a medium mixing bowl add the instant coffee powder, sugar and hot water. 

  2. Using the hand mixer with the whisk attachment, beat the coffee for 3 to 4 minutes until you get a whipped cream with stiff peak consistency. 

  3. Once the coffee gets a stiff cream consistency, stop whisking and keep aside.

  4. You can make it either hot or cold, but using hot milk or cold milk. 

  5. If you are planning to have it hot, then warm some milk in a sauce pan and bring to a brisk boil.

  6. Pour this milk into the coffee cup until 3/4th full. Spoon the whipped coffee cream over the milk and sprinkle cinnamon or coffee powder over it and serve immediately.

  7. If you are planning to have it cold, then add a few ice cubed to the bottom of the coffee cup, pour the chilled milk into the coffee cup until 3/4th full.

  8. Spoon the whipped coffee cream over the milk and sprinkle cinnamon or coffee powder over it and serve immediately.

  9. When you drink the Indian Beaten Coffee/ Dalgona Coffee , you can give the whipped cream a light stir into the milk and enjoy the creaminess along with subtle flavours of coffee which will seep into the milk.

  10. Serve Indian Beaten Coffee/ Dalgona Coffee along with Atta Biscuit during your coffee break.

Last Modified On Tuesday, 09 June 2020 14:30
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